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Cointree and Gobbill partner to let Aussies pay their bills with cryptocurrency
Major telcos, utility providers and insurers may not have jumped on the cryptocurrency bandwagon, but thanks to two local fintech startups that no longer matters, with cryptocurrency owners now able to pay any bill in crypto.
Cryptocurrency exchange Cointree and automated billing platform Gobbill will let Australians pay bills with cryptocurrency, regardless of whether the business itself accepts the digital currency.
Gobbill CEO Shendon Ewans with Cointree operations manager Jessica Renden. Photo by Simon Schluter
1. Visit cointree.com
2. Sign up for an account
3. Transfer or buy some coin
You're ready to pay bills.
Cointree will handle your coins. Gobbill will process the bills.
Digital Finance Assistant for automatic bill payments and fraud protection.
Gobbill is a digital finance assistant that automates bill payments using artificial intelligence for small businesses and households. Users are protected from online scams, avoid late fees, maximise discounts and protect their credit rating scores. Small businesses have the additional benefit of digitising invoices, scheduling payments and synchronising data with their accounting software.
Founded in 2015, Gobbill can pay bills issued from any Australian provider including utilities, telecommunications, council rates, insurance and more. The company is sponsored by Microsoft, a partner of the Australian Government’s cyber safety initiative, AI partner of Silverpond and member of Stone & Chalk. Gobbill is an Authorised Representative (1261196) of Australian Financial Services Licence Holder (448066).
To find out more about Gobbill, visit gobbill.com
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Gobbill is a great solution for security and data privacy conscious practices that value information remaining in Australia.
The company is an Australian owned and supported company based in the Victorian Government Innovation Hub - Docklands. It is sponsored by Microsoft and a partner of the Commonwealth Government ACCC - cyber safety initiative.
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