Tiny Payments Are a Big Deal: HandCash and Its Use With the Called It Prediction App, Peer Game Casino

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Aaron Goldstein
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Alex Agut and his biz partner wanted tiny payments for apps they were building. Traditional payment processors couldn't do it. Bitcoin could, but was too complicated for normal users.

BTC fees became too high for tiny payments, but BHC and BSV emerged to restore the original low-fee design of bitcoin.

That's when Alex had an idea: What if instead of waiting for a normie-friendly bitcoin wallet, they built one? HandCash.io is a user-first wallet with a built in app store for tiny payment apps.

They also provide developers with super easy tools to let users login and pay + earn with HandCash.

In this video we will learn about the prediction app utilizing the BSV Blockchain called Called It as well as the online casino Peer Game.

We walk through the experience and talk about what the future holds.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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