Hackers have hacked thousands of bitcoin apps in just a few years, and now they’re looking to cash out their hard-earned bitcoins on a new app.
The new app, called CashApp, is one of several cash app hacks on offer to users.
The CashApp app uses an app called Paypal to send cash to an account in the user’s wallet.
The user then clicks the “Send” button on the app and the app sends the cash to a wallet address, the site Paypal says.
PayPal claims the app has more than $6 million in sales since its launch in December 2016.
The company did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The Cash App app also allows users to send bitcoins to third-party merchants, and it allows users for cash transfers to multiple wallets.
Users can also transfer bitcoin to their PayPal account, and send the money directly to other Paypal accounts.
If you’ve ever used PayPal or a similar payment processor, you’ve probably seen a variety of “pay” buttons on their mobile apps, with a number of options available.
But the CashApp hack offers a whole new set of options.
PayPal says the Cash App has more money than any other app it’s seen in the last six months.
It’s currently the third most popular payment app on Paypal’s mobile app store, with more than a billion downloads.