Coinapult, a bitcoin broker, market maker and wallet service provider founded in 2012 has today announced that withdrawals from Coinapult to an external bitcoin address will now include a flat fee of 0.0008 BTC per transaction.
Due to rising demand on the Bitcoin network, we also saw an adjustment yesterday from bitcoin payments provider BitPay who raised their minimum invoice transaction from 4 cents to $1 dollar.
A Coinapult spokesperson stated:
“This is to help Coinapult cover the increasing costs of mining fees and continue to make sure our users’ transactions are processed quickly. For all Coinapult users, the first 2 transactions in a given 24 hour period will not include this fee. Additional transactions will include the fee.”
Back in 2015, Coinapult integrated with Crypto Capital Corp, a company licensed by MICI in Panama as a Financial Institution and a member of the SWIFT/BIC Network. The integration was made in order to bring bitcoin-friendly banking to Coinapult users and business partners.
Crypto Capital provides Fiat (USD, EUR & 28 other currencies) friendly bank accounts to exchanges, companies, and individuals, so that they may exchange fiat and cryptocurrencies among themselves.
Coinapult is headquartered in Panama City, Panama.