Cape Town-based startup jfGi has launched operations in a bid to simplify the process of transferring bitcoin and getting involved in cryptocurrencies.
jfGi, which stands for “just for Getting it”, links Twitter usernames to public bitcoin addresses, meaning users no longer need to remember a string of up to 35 alphanumeric characters.
Senders of bitcoin can simply ask for the recipients jfGi link, click on it once it has been shared, and send the money.
“jfGi simplifies and demystifies receiving bitcoin payments for anyone, anywhere on any mobile device in the world with just one click. It really is a case of clicking on an easy to remember jfGi.cc link and you’ll be transacting on the bitcoin blockchain,” said Rafiq Phillips, founder of jfGi.
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