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We love finding ways to make cryptocurrency easier for you to use, which is why we’re thrilled to bring Metal Pay 2.5.0 to our iOS users. With this update, Metal Pay takes another step closer to our vision for how integrated cryptocurrency and personal finances should be.
Our newest update for Metal Pay brings tiered sign-ups, which is a major step forward for our platform. Additionally, we’ve created a way for users to opt-in or opt-out of having their Metal Pay account publicly searchable, giving you control over your privacy. We’ve also ironed out a few other bugs, improved the overall backend performance, and made a few visual changes here and there. Keep reading to learn why we think this update is a big deal.
Traditionally, people who sign up for Metal Pay have to provide their personal information to get access to our platform. While we take every effort to keep your personal details secure, we understand that some people don’t want to provide this information to a company that they don’t fully know yet. As a result, potential users have had no way to try out Metal Pay without creating a full account.
With tiered sign-ups, we’ve found a new way to navigate this. People signing up for Metal Pay can provide their email address and name to have visual access to the Home screen, Payments screen, QR Scan, Discover tabs, and their Profile. They can also see any payments that may have been sent to them that are waiting to be claimed. All of this can be unlocked in just a minute or two – one of the fastest sign-up experiences in the industry.
Like what you see? Then you can take the next step and provide your residential address and verify your ...
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