Square Rolls Out Bitcoin Service to Cash App in Every US State

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The popular mobile payment service Square has announced that consumers across all 50 U.S. states can now use the Cash App to purchase and sell Bitcoin (BTC).

Red, white, and bitcoin. Now you can use Cash App to buy bitcoin in all 50 states. pic.twitter.com/D4fhVRz7WL

— Cash App (@CashApp) August 13, 2018 BTC Across the U.S. Square first launched BTC trading on the Cash App to a select number of users in November 2017 and was in the process of getting approval from each state’s regulators. By the end of January 2018, BTC trading was available to nearly all of the app’s users–except for those living in Georgia, Hawaii, New York and Wyoming. In June, Square acquired a BitLicense to operate in New York. Historically, New York has the strictest regulations on cryptocurrency and the approval of Square’s BitLicense is a big step for the mobile payment