Bottlepay says it aims to disrupt the payments space with an app offering international payments in bitcoin and fiat currencies in real time. Users can also make micropayments of “as little as a penny” and send funds via messages on Twitter, Reddit, Discord.
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Bottlepay said on Tuesday it had raised £11m ($15.5m) in seed funding from backers including Howard. The London-based startup said money also came from "present and former Goldman Sachs partners"
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UK-based bitcoin payments app Bottlepay has closed an £11 million seed round from investors including acclaimed fund manager Alan Howard.
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The company raised GBP 11m (USD 15.5m) in seed funding from backers, valuing it at GBP 51m, the money also came from "present and former Goldman Sachs partners" but declined to name them, the report added.
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Bottlepay, a U.K.-based fiat and crypto payments app, raised £11 million ($15 million) in seed funding. Investors included Alan Howard
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The app’s services offer instant payments, including micropayments and cross border transactions, through a real-time open payment network