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Major telcos, utility providers and insurers may not have jumped on the cryptocurrency bandwagon, but thanks to two local fintech startups that no longer matters, with cryptocurrency owners now able to pay any bill in crypto. Cryptocurrency exchange Cointree and automated billing platform Gobbill will let Australians pay bills with cryptocurrency, regardless of whether the business itself accepts the digital currency. Gobbill acts as a go-between, taking the funds from its users and paying the bills on their behalf. Gobbill co-founder Shendon Ewans admits that he was late to the cryptocurrency party, only beginning to dabble in it early last year, but said that’s what made a partnership with Cointree […]
Cointree, one of Australia’s leading cryptocurrency exchanges, has identified a growing interest from customers wanting the ability to purchase cryptocurrency with their superannuation. Due to this increased demand, Cointree is partnering up with New Brighton Capital, who offer accredited SMSF accounting services and focus on helping Australians own crypto in their super. “I am very excited about this partnership, this is the first step of the education process for our members, shedding some light around the opportunities of having an SMSF and investing into cryptocurrency,” says Shane Stevenson, CEO of Cointree. “We want to provide platform and channel where partners like NBC can educate our members on the different cryptocurrency […]
Thanks to Gobbill and Cointree, Australians who own cryptocurrency can use it to pay household bills even if the biller doesn’t accept digital money.
So, here’s an idea: imagine a digital financial assistant powered by artificial intelligence that digitises your bills and schedule payments, all whilst checking for fraud. Pretty cool, right? That’s what Gobbill, a fintech startup that automates bill payments for small businesses and households does. But that’s not all. Shendon Ewans, CEO and Co-Founder of Gobbill, says, “You can link any Australian bank account, and it will debit that account, so you don’t have to tell every biller your bank account details. Essentially, the product allows you to centralise your direct debits in one place.” In addition, the ability to pay your bills in cryptocurrency will be coming soon thanks to […]