A new way to pay for your food: Byu Financial Center
The Byu financial centers has launched a new payment option called “Cashback” that lets users use a credit card or debit card to pay their bills.
Users can also pay with Bitcoin, which is the popular digital currency that can be used to pay online.
The new option is only available to users with an Byu card, but anyone with a valid credit card can sign up for it.
“We’ve been hearing from a lot of our community, especially students and those with lower income, that using Bitcoin to pay our bills is a great way to make ends meet,” Byu chief financial officer Tatsuya Kawano said.
“With the recent news about the global bitcoin price crash, we wanted to make it easier for students and businesses to pay back their debt and we want to be a part of the growing trend to help them pay their credit card bills.”
The Byu finance center is the only one of the three major financial centers in the world to offer a Bitcoin-only option, according to the center’s website.
Byu currently has about 1,000 financial centers across Japan and overseas.
Bitcoin is a decentralized digital currency, which uses peer-to-peer technology to transfer value between parties without a central authority.
The Byus financial center is currently only accepting payment in Japanese yen, the U.S. dollar, and Chinese Yuan.
Users must be a resident of Japan, United States, or Canada to sign up.
There are no foreign currency options available at this time.
For now, the financial center only accepts credit cards with a limit of $100.
It offers a $25 monthly payment plan.
The center is also accepting deposits in Bitcoin and is working on a mobile wallet that will allow users to withdraw funds.