Crypto-Friendly CheapAir asks customers for feedback on leaving Coinbase

Crypto-Friendly CheapAir asks customers for feedback on leaving Coinbase

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The director general of commuter agency CheapAir published open letter for clients, in which asked to express opinion about passing to the trade decision on BitPay on an enciphering wallet and exchange service of Coinbase on April, 20.  A director general Jeff Klee wrote in a letter, that CheapAir.com accepted Bitcoin (BTC) for reserving of airline tickets and hotels from 2013. According to a director general, the recent advising of Coinbase that they will stop “imprisonment” of decisions for merchants, will hamper the acceptance of BTC.

In reply to the forthcoming changes of Coinbase, Klee offers, that a company inculcated a “reliable partner on treatment”, to begin to accept bitcoin money (BTC), Dash and Litecoin (LTC), in addition to Bitcoin. Klee lifts BitPay, whose commercial decision presently accepts only Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash as an alternative of Coinbase in the letter, alluding to that they “had large experience with them until now, and our integration is mainly completed”. However Klee adds that, as BitPay requires certain consonant with protocol purses, he does not want to create inconveniences for clients having other type:

 “We understand, what tries to attain Bitpay. Problems that they try to decide are the deferred or wrong payments, are the real and especially grew in December and January, when the volumes of transactions grew. On the other hand, I do not addict to the idea to ask our clients, in many cases, to do more work or change purses, to have the opportunity to conduct a transaction with us.”

In the letter Klee asks to get the crypto customers of CheapAir reviews through this question, suggesting to appeal them to Twitter, leave comments below than letter or to send him personally with their suggestions and reactions on the possible switch of BitPay.

The founder of Litecoin Charlie Lee commented on a tweet in the letter of CheapAir, it is talked in that company-salesman  AliantPayment, that accepts Bitcoin, Ethereum (ETH) and Litecoin.

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