Cashila is a fully licensed euro and bitcoin payment processor. It operates as a Euro Wallet which lets users send money (pay bills, cash out bitcoins), receive money (third-party deposits), keep funds in it or convert to bitcoin.
Cashila was established in the Czech republic July 2014 and has conducted business out of Ljubljana, Slovenia since the beginning of 2015. They has so far joined forces with two reputable companies in the Bitcoin ecosystem - Mycelium and Trezor.
Cashila allows users to send money to any SEPA bank account via bitcoin. Cashila converts bitcoin to euro and sends euro to the receiving bank account via SEPA.
Accept bitcoin payments
Users can receive bitcoins, which convert to euros as soon as they hit the Cashila account.
Accept euro payments
Users can receive euros, keep funds in the account, convert to bitcoin and send to a bitcoin wallet or to any SEPA bank account
Freelancers can request payments in bitcoin or EUR an submit the invoice to their clients .
1% fee on incoming transaction.
The service first launched (beta) in 2013. Officially it became available in the beginning of 2014.
On June 2, 2015 Cashila publicly announced its integration with the Mycelium Wallet app . The both services got integrated even more in January 2016 with the Mycelium Wallet app update .
On May 12, 2016 Cashila announced their new Ethereum platform named ICONOMI, where users can buy, sell and store Ether, the digital token behind Ethereum with a SEPA transfer . That was the pilot project for the ICONOMI's ambitious aim of creating the first fund management platform for the decentralised economy .
On August 25, 2016 ICONOMI announced Initial Coin Offering (ICO) aiming to develop the ICONOMI Open Fund Management platform (OFM) and two types of new financial instruments - the ICONOMI Coin Traded Fund (CTF) and the ICONOMI Coin Managed Fund (CMF).
cashila.com: "Cashila retail service officially closed. As of 1 June 2017 we are no longer offering our services for retail customers."