Snapchat is a virtual version of eBay where sellers are able to sell their items with a single click.

Using Snapchat to sell a $100,000 (and counting) iPhone is no different.

With $1.3 billion in annual revenue, Snapchat has a huge following of millions of users.

However, the app also has a hidden agenda: Sell Bitcoin.

According to a recent report, Snapchat is working on a Snapchat-owned Bitcoin wallet.

In other words, Snapchat wants to offer a Bitcoin alternative to eBay, which already offers a bitcoin wallet service.

Snapchat wants its customers to pay with their Snapchat coins, but also wants them to be able to send and receive Bitcoin transactions.

In order to do this, Snapchat decided to use Snapchat’s own Bitcoin wallet as a backend.

This means that anyone can use the app to send or receive Bitcoin.

The goal of Snapchat’s Bitcoin wallet is to make it as easy as possible for users to spend Bitcoin, while still allowing Snapchat to continue being a popular, trusted platform for Snapchatters.

This is how the new Snapchat-backed Bitcoin wallet works: First, Snapchat makes a transaction.

The user who sends the Bitcoin transaction will get the Bitcoin as well as an additional $100 worth of Snapchatcoin.

The transaction amount is stored in the Snapchatcoin wallet.

The other Snapchat users can then use their Snapchatcoin to pay their sellers.

If you want to see how the transaction works, check out this video.

After the user sends the transaction, the user can use Snapchatcoin and Snapchatcoincoin to send money to their seller.

If the seller receives the transaction as a payment, they will get a new Snapchatcoin for their Snapchatcoins.

The Snapchatcoin that the user sent to the seller is the Snapchatcoins that Snapchatcoin users are sending to the Snapchat wallet.

So if you send $100 in Snapchatcoin, your transaction will go to your Snapchatcoinwallet, which is a new Snapcoin wallet that has been created by Snapchat.

If Snapchat is to use its Bitcoin wallet for its own cryptocurrency, it will need to provide a way for users with the Snapchat coin wallet to spend Snapchatcoins from their wallet.

This could be done by letting users redeem their Snapchat coin at Snapcoinsource, a Snapcoin exchange located in the US.

This would make it easy for users who do not have the SnapchatCoin wallet to transfer their money to the exchange and receive it in Bitcoin.

If that sounds complicated, that’s because it is.

Snapcoinssource was the first Snapcoin trading exchange that opened for trading in the United States in March 2018.

The exchange is now in beta, and is currently accepting Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

According the company, the Bitcoin and cryptocurrency markets are expected to continue to boom over the next few years.

If Snapcoin is to be successful, it needs to get a lot more people using its Bitcoin wallets.

There are already millions of people who do have the Snapcoin wallets, and they are happy to be using them.

If it is going to succeed, Snapchat needs to make sure that it is able to help these people with their Bitcoin transactions, too.

As Snapchat’s CEO Evan Spiegel recently said, “It’s hard to get rich on Snapchat.

It’s hard not to make a lot of money, and I’m sure people who have never bought a Snapchat before are also very happy to make money with Snapcoin.”

The Snapchat-powered Bitcoin wallet can be found at