By Ars Technic staffNovember 29, 2018 5:24:40Apple Pay, the mobile payments system launched in September 2016, has already attracted more than $200m in cash.
That number is expected to grow to over $300m in the coming weeks, according to data released by CoinDesk.
The company is also adding more assets to its wallet, which is now loaded with over a billion dollars in assets.
Apple Pay launched with a $100,000 bonus, but it has been extended to a $200,000 sign-up bonus and has a $1 million bonus.
Apple says that the company has been working on adding more products to its Wallet and that it has added $200mn to its coffers.
Apple said that it was adding the following products to the Wallet:Apple Watch, iPhone X, MacBook Pro, and MacBook Pro TouchBook are currently not included in the Apple Pay Cash and other asset bundle, according a tweet from the company.
Apple’s wallet is still one of the most expensive mobile wallets, but the company is increasing the amount of assets available to purchase in the Wallet, and Apple Pay has also added new features such as the ability to add credit cards and other items.