- Strike users can now enable direct deposits to their account and configure to convert any amount of incoming money to Bitcoin at no cost.
- “Pay me in Bitcoin” allows users to seam a portion of their earnings seamlessly to BTC using their account and routing number.
- This feature enables everyone who is eligible for a Strike account to have easy access to Sound Money regardless of their employer.
Lightning Network Payment Platform Strike has announced its new feature, Pay Me In Bitcoin, which will allow users to convert a portion or all of their earnings into the app using their bank account and routing number.
“I’m incredibly excited to publish and publish Pay Me on Bitcoin,” company founder Jack Mallers wrote in a shared announcement. Bitcoin Magazine. “Today, anyone who has a strike account, regardless of their employer, can pay in bitcoin.”
Pay me in bitcoin wants to enable financial freedom for those who can’t pay directly in bitcoin. Almost anyone in the United States or El Salvador can sign up for a strike and start automatically saving a portion of their income in BTC so they can protect themselves from high inflation and become more sovereign over their money.
“If you don’t grow 25% per year and you’re saving in dollars, you’re not earning or saving outside of the inflation rate or rising cost of living, and your quality of life continues to decline over time,” Malars wrote.
Bitcoin fixes it with a good monetary policy and antifragile money that can’t be offensive. By saving in BTC, anyone can regain control of their purchasing power and regain their financial independence.
“Bitcoin is the least valuable asset of all time, which is infinitely divisible, trivial to verify, can transport at the speed of light and secure its memory as securely as possible,” according to the announcement, it makes perfect money for preservation and transaction value.
Strike is a custody solution, meaning users do not own private keys that control their funds in the app. However, the application allows BTC funds to be withdrawn into third-party bitcoin wallets where the user has a private key, so that they enable financial sovereignty.
“You don’t have to work for a particular company, you don’t have to convince your boss to like Bitcoin, you don’t have to disappoint your CFO to keep Bitcoin on the balance sheet,” Malars wrote. “All you have to do is share your Strike account details and configure your PayMe in Bitcoin split.”