Mobile cash app SPARE launches support for bitcoin

Mobile cash ordering app SPARE, a California-headquartered company has announced they will extend support for bitcoin so that users of the digital currency can cash out, in the SPARE network, without the need of a bitcoin ATM. Moreover, the company has declared to extend its services internationally to Puerto Rico, Canada, Mexico, Italy, Spain, and Nicaragua.

D’ontra Hughes, Founder of SPARE

D’ontra Hughes, who founded SPARE in 2013 stated:

We are extremely delighted to announce that we are celebrating the New Year with our support for bitcoin mobile transactions through SPARE. We understand Bitcoin transactions are shooting at a steady pace in the contemporary digital world and we aim to make life easier for our smart trendy millennials. With SPARE’s bitcoin support, no more you have to waste time searching for bitcoin ATMs, as everything can be done directly from your iOS device. Alongside, inspired by a huge response in the domestic scene, we are now looking forward to pushing our game-changing service to international regions as well.

Hughes stressed on offering the exclusive convenience of requesting cash while-on-the-go from an iOS device. The patent-protected app speaks of a revolutionary mobile ATM network which is cheaper, more secure and more convenient than ATM. Although based in LA and young, the company has merchants in numerous regions around the U.S. including: New York, Colorado, New Jersey, Philadelphia and Washington DC.

It’s as simple as 1-2-3 to use SPARE for secured transactions on the go.

– Log-in, enter your amount, find the nearest merchant on the SPARE map
– Get a secure QR code
– Go to selected store, approach the cashier and present your secure QR code
– Once its verified, get your cash

Mr. Hughes went on the say:

SPARE would also be beneficial for banks that can’t afford an ATM. Banks can use SPARE’s network instead of a 3rd party co-op network to benefit their business account holders with a brick and mortar location as well as their regular customers. Consumers pay a small fee ranging from $2-3 which is WAY less than the national average of $4.57.