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Coinbase gets integrated into the Copay wallet so users can buy and sell bitcoin

The newest release of the Copay wallet introduced a few new features, including a major update to the wallet which integrates the Coinbase exchange for users to be able to buy and sell bitcoin within the Copay wallet.

Copay, which is managed by bitcoin processing company Bitpay, recently announced the bitcoin exchange functionality into their wallet back in October with the use of the Glidera API. Now users have more options with the wallet in being able to buy from Coinbase or Glidera with a seamless application for a more universal experience.

Bitpay said in their announcement,

Our new Coinbase integration in Copay makes it easy to buy and sell bitcoin directly from your wallet. And it’s available in all US states, Canada, and the 30 other countries supported by Coinbase’s buy and sell service, at limits of up to $1,000 per day. To get started, just open the Copay app and follow an easy flow to connect your wallet to an existing Coinbase accounts. If you don’t have a Coinbase account yet, it’s easy to get one.

Copay is just one of many bitcoin wallets in the bitcoin-sphere, however, has shown continued improvement and robust feature sets over time which has made them one of several go-to wallets for new and experienced bitcoin users.

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Bitcoin Wallets, Buy Bitcoin, Coinbase, copay, Sell Bitcoin
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