Users will be able to pay for products in the Amazon online store with cryptoactive products using a new tool designed to complement Google Chrome, Opera and Brave browsers.
The moon, as this supplement is called, offers two ways to make payments. The first is the integration with Coinbase accounts, which you can pay with four cryptoactives: bitcoin (BTC), bitcoin cash (BCH), litecoin (LTC) and ether (ETH).
The second option is to make payments through the Lightning network, the BitTorrent routing network for microplusions, which has grown with its popularity since its creation just over a year ago.
On its website, Moon is presented as an "alternative payment method for online purchase". In this first phase, its integration is only available to Amazon. They plan to include other sites like eBay, Target, AliExpress and even Domino's Pizza.
In the middle of last month, another payment platform for online cryptoactives, lolli.com, announced the creation of a saturday sack system for buyers. This tool also has integration for Chrome. Unlike Moon, Lilli has a Safari add-on but can not be used with Opera or Brave.
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