to cover bitcoin transaction costs announced today it will foot the bill for user transaction costs on the Bitcoin blockchain. The function is enabled through the live launch of the push transaction service. The feature is in beta and is currently being tested on the web wallet only.

The push feature gives wallet users accelerated priority for the cost of low priority transactions. Wallets receive the ability to make three such transactions per month, while the dedicated funds last.

The feature is supposed to be available on Android and iOS in the near future.

The company noted that miners in the mining pool will not be negatively financially affected, and will continue earning FPPS (full pay-per-share) subsidized by the wallet.

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