Friday, January 27

Shiba Inu And Crypto Investors Can Now Buy Crypto Assets Using Google Pay And Apple Pay On Binance

The tweet shared by Binance revealed that crypto investors including the Shiba Inu investors can now seamlessly buy crypto assets using their Google Pay and Apple wallets on Binance.

Apple Pay And Google Pay Now Accept Shiba Inu

The latest addition to Binance’s payment options is crucial to ensuring payment flexibility for customers. Binance announced the development through a recent Binance Build update on Twitter.

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Facts about Apple Pay

Binance, the largest crypto exchange by trading volume partnered with these mobile payment systems to expedite SHIB and crypto adoption. The usage of mobile payment services has skyrocketed of late as the world leans more toward digital services. Data suggests Apple Pay now has over 500M users globally, with Google Pay’s global user base recently surging to 400M+.

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Notably, the payment option is currently available in countries that support Google Pay and Apple Pay, Binance reveals. So far, some users have complained of not being able to access the feature, while others have reportedly leveraged it already.

Following this announcement, there have been many cheers in the community of Shiba Inu as many were pleased to hear such an update.

A community-driven SHIB-dedicated Twitter account echoed this excitement shortly after the Binance announcement.

It is no doubt that Shiba Inu has been growing towards a positive direction as a series of adoption have been coming for the assets for the past few weeks. For instance, On Tuesday, a non-custodial crypto payment gateway revealed that subscription services such as Netflix and Spotify can now integrate SHIB payment options, allowing customers to pay for their subscriptions using SHIB. 


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