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Introducing Trademail: A Paymail extension for sending across chains

We are excited to introduce Trademail to allow BSV users and businesses to send to any cryptocurrency account using Paymail.

Users of wallets including RelayX, SimplyCash, Dot, Moneybutton, Centbee and more can now send funds to any cryptocurrency address as simple as using your destination crypto address as the prefix followed by @ethpaymail.com, @usdcpaymail.com, and @usdtpaymail.com respectively.

Today’s launch includes BTC, ETH, USDC, and USDT(ERC20) for any amount $5 and above.

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For example you can open SimplyCash and send $5 to 0x13Ca2efC..@usdcpaymail.com and USDC will arrive in your destination wallet within 5 minutes. Fees are currently ~3% depending on sent amount, and we will continuously work to lower it as volumes scale.

Gone are the days of sending BSV to an exchange, waiting 20 confirmations before converting it to another cryptocurrency, then waiting for an exchange to process the withdraw while paying for the inconvenience.

From the start, interoperable payments have been a cornerstone of Relay’s mission. We believe applications, businesses and merchants within Bitcoin SV and crypto generally will find interesting and powerful use cases for Trademail as a seamless way to hedge, convert, and send to the coin of your desire.

Trademail was built by our lead developers black@relayx.io and wang@relayx.io. For any questions, please join our Telegram or contact us by email.

We hope you like it as much as we enjoyed building it.

Update: We now offer the ability to assign an alias to your Trademail, giving you the convenience of human readable names eg. jack@usdcpaymail.com instead of long, random, unfamiliar character strings like cryptocurrency addresses. The price of each alias is $2.18 — you can do so at trademail.relayx.io.

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