Casa Rolls Out ‘Bank-to-Wallet’ Bitcoin-Buying Services for US Customers

Casa Rolls Out ‘Bank-to-Wallet’ Bitcoin-Buying Services for US CustomersCasa Rolls Out ‘Bank-to-Wallet’ Bitcoin-Buying Services for US Customers

Cryptocurrency custody platform Casa’s users can now purchase bitcoin (BTC) on the platform using their bank account. 

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="The platform announced on Thursday that it is currently rolling out the service for its U.S. customers, and that the bought BTC would be directly deposited to a user’s wallet. Casa said users can buy a maximum of&nbsp; $20,000 worth of bitcoin per month using this service and that platform levies a fee of 0.99% on every purchase.” data-reactid=”20″>The platform announced on Thursday that it is currently rolling out the service for its U.S. customers, and that the bought BTC would be directly deposited to a user’s wallet. Casa said users can buy a maximum of  $20,000 worth of bitcoin per month using this service and that platform levies a fee of 0.99% on every purchase.

  • According to Casa CEO Nick Neuman, the BTC is procured via partner platform Wyre. He said that because all BTC purchased with Casa is being sent on-chain directly to users’ wallets, every purchase also includes a mining fee. 
  • A mining fee is also levied by crypto exchanges, generally at the point when users transfer their digital assets to their own wallet. 

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