The next generation of mobile payments may be coming to iOS

A new mobile payment platform called Lyft is being developed to provide a better way to pay, as well as the ability to make and receive payments through smart contracts.

The platform is being created by the company behind popular bitcoin payment app BitPay, which will also be developing an API that allows for easy integration with the popular smart-contract platform Ether.

Lyft, which was announced earlier this year, is expected to be available for download by the end of 2019.

The payment system has two primary functions: a payment engine, which allows users to buy goods and services with bitcoin or other crypto currencies, and a secure wallet.

The Lyft platform uses the BitPay platform to build an Ethereum-based blockchain, allowing users to pay for goods and service through the platform.

Users can now purchase items with bitcoin by using the Lyft app, which also has a wallet.

It also supports Ethereum, which has a growing community of developers.

The wallet can store bitcoin payments and other cryptocurrencies and make payments on behalf of the Lyfts customers.

Lyfts payment engine allows for users to make payments by using Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other crypto-currencies.

The Bitcoin payment engine can take place directly on the blockchain and is intended to be used by Lyft customers for buying and selling goods and the like.

The blockchain allows for a user to receive and store payments from others, and the LyFT wallet also has features to store and send bitcoin payments to other users.

The blockchain also has an Ethereum implementation built into it, which provides functionality that’s unique to Lyft.

The team has also designed a secure, multi-party payment service for Lyft, that is used to create and manage multiple tokens on the LyFet network.

The Lyft payment engine has been designed to provide the ability for Lyfts payment customers to make a payment for a variety of goods and/or services with crypto currencies.

It has the ability also to be transferred to other Lyft users who want to make the same payment, without having to send money through Bitcoin or Ethereum to the Lyt wallet.

Users pay with bitcoin using the app by scanning a QR code or a barcode.

Users can then pay for their goods and other services using either a Bitcoin or Ether payment.

The transaction will then be broadcast to other Bitcoin or ether users, who will then send the payment to the other user.

Users are able to create an account on the platform and receive payment through the Lyfet platform by using a Bitcoin, Ether, or Ethereum address.

Users also can pay for purchases with Lyft by using their Bitcoin or other cryptocurrency.

The money is sent to the wallet address.

When the funds arrive, they are deposited into the user’s Lyft wallet, which can then be used for any Lyft purchase or purchase.

The wallets address can also be linked to other accounts.

The company also has plans to support more currencies as well, including Bitcoin, Ripple, and Ether.

Currently, Lyft supports the following currencies:Bond (bitUSD), Bitcoin (BTC), Ripple (XRP), Ether (ETH), and U.S. Dollar (USD).

The platform has plans for other currencies in the future, but these are currently being designed.

The company says that it will work with the world’s top banks and exchanges to offer more credit cards, for example.

Lyfet, which is backed by Coinbase, will initially offer one form of payment for merchants that support it.

There will also likely be a second form of payments, such as payments for digital goods and payments for goods bought with Bitcoin or another crypto currency.

A third form of transaction will be added in the near future.

LyFet’s platform is expected be compatible with other payment methods, such a Visa, MasterCard, or Discover card.

Lyft has plans in place for additional payment methods that support payment processors such as Apple Pay and PayPal, as the company also plans to provide credit card integration with its payment engine.

LyFT is also developing an Android app that is similar to its iOS app.