Strike: Bitcoin & Payments
Send money instantly, anywhere in the world. Onboard in under 30 seconds and unlock the future of digital payments. Link a bank account to deposit funds and let us do the rest.
Scan a QR code, click pay, and send money to the other side of the world in seconds with no added fees. Goodbye TransferWise. Goodbye Western Union.
Spend Bitcoin With Your US Dollars
With Strike you can spend bitcoin anywhere, instantly. Strike users don't have to deal with volatility, taxes, the need to set up a wallet, or the need to own bitcoin to interact with the Bitcoin economy. Just simply link a bank account to the app, deposit funds, and spend ours.
Withdraw Fiat To Your Bank
You can withdraw funds from your account to your bank account. By holding your funds in dollars, you don’t have to be exposed to bitcoin price volatility or tax implications.
What do people use Strike for?
Strike is used by thousands to buy bitcoin – Create an invoice from your existing wallet and pay it. After completion, you'll have less fiat in your account and more bitcoin in your wallet.
Strike is used by thousands to sell bitcoin – Create a request in Strike and send to it from your wallet. After completion, you'll have more fiat in your account and less bitcoin in your wallet.
Strike is used by thousands for internet tipping – Just scan the QR code and click pay.
Strike is used by thousands for micropayments – Ever made a $0.01 online payment? With Strike you can. Just scan the QR code and click pay.
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We're more than just a payment app.
• We've partnered with VISA and will soon offer the Strike debit card so you can earn rewards with partnered merchants and take your Strike app shopping anywhere at any time.
• We've got your back–security is a top priority for us, and we are driven to ensure you feel safe and secure when using Strike.
• Supporting our user's matters. Our customer support team is here to help, always.
Custody of your funds and bitcoin trading are offered through Prime Trust, LLC. Your bitcoin is not protected by FDIC deposit insurance protection. All investments involve risk, including the possible loss of principal.
Jan 23, 2022