Via WhatsUp you can send and receive Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC) and Ethereum (ETH).
The company Zulu Republic has developed a Lite.im Bot, which sends crypto currencies via massing platforms like WhatsUp and Telegram.
The user must add the Lite.im WhatsApp bot and follow the instructions on the screen. All you have to do is
After clicking on the link, you start a communication with the bot via WhatsUp and decide on the language of communication in the first step.
English and Spanish are currently available. Then you answer e.g. with 1 and the next option steps are displayed in English.
Then you have to set your own password, which must be at least 8 characters long.
Then you are asked what you want to do next. Whether you want to invite friends to this service or receive Bitcoin. To recharge the WhatsUp Bitcoin Wallet, answer with the word: Receive
Then you can have your own Bitcoin address created as a 32 character code with 1 or as a QR code with 2.
Existing Bitcoin can send to this address to recharge his wallet.
It is recommended that only very small amounts (small change) be transferred to this Wallet. The provider of this “WhatsUp-Wallet” is a third party and uses WhatsUp only as a communication channel. The wallet is controlled by the service provider, so as a user you have no “real” control over the credit that is managed there.
It is a nice tool to send or receive a few coins via WhatsUp.