16 October 2019 · 0 min read

Francis Pouliot of Bull Bitcoin - On Business, Canadian Crypto Market and Trends

Watch our interview with Bull Bitcoin Co-founder and CEO Francis Pouliot, where he explains their business model in more detail, tells why they decided to make the company for Canada users only, what is their expansion philosophy, talks about their membership in the Liquid federation, reveals which hardware wallets might be integrated in their exchange, why their users have started to use credit cards more actively, how has the Canada's crypto scene changed, and other things.

Bull Bitcoin is a fixed rate Bitcoin exchange service which allows Canadians to buy, sell, spend bitcoins and pay their bills or send funds to any local bank account. The company claims they have a selection of more than 9.000 billers. This includes electricity, mobile and credit card bills, as well as city taxes and government taxes payments.

Bull Bitcoin recently joined the Liquid Network, aims to launch Lightning Network (LN) payments this year, is working on the dollar-cost averaging feature, hardware wallet integration, looking into partially signed bitcoin transactions, and is mulling a possibility to export their technology into other markets, among other things.