Use Bitcoins for in-app purchases with InAppCoins for Android
BitCoin has grown exponetially in its popularity and use as a virtual currency, and now a new app is launching called InAppCoins that easily integrates Bitcoin payments into mobile apps and games on Android.
In-app purchases form the freemium model for many apps, so InAppCoins has launched an SDK and web dashboard for developers who want to accept BitCoins as payments for their in-app purchases.
If you’re a developer and are interested in signing up for accepting BitCoins for your in-app purchases then you can try it out here.
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