The leading payment gateway for blockchain payments, CoinGate that they have been integrated with Nano. In the announcement made in their official blog, CoinGate then commented, “Nano is a global cryptocurrency developed purely for the purpose of making peer-to-peer payments. As much as we like Bitcoin and Litecoin, this cryptocurrency tackles many of the issues that major cryptocurrencies face.”
An agreement has been signed between the cryptocurrency hardware wallet supplier, Ledger with Crypto.com to introduce the cryptocurrency payment method. This will allow the Ledger’s customer to purchase for their product via Crypto.com Wallet and Card application, which will feature six major cryptocurrencies such as BTC, XRP, ETH, and seven fiat currencies.
SIRIN LABS chooses CoinGate as the cryptocurrency payment solution for its blockchain smartphone, FINNEY. The CEO of SIRIN LABS, Zvika Landau commented, “CoinGate shares the same core values of bridging the gap between crypto and the mass market and together we will make 2019 the year when crypto was accessible for all.”
Coin Ninja has announced its new mobile wallet: DropBit, which allows its users to send and accept Bitcoin through text messages. The CEO of Coin Ninja, Larry Harmon explained, “We know how important it is that our wallet makes it easier to transact Bitcoin to new users while maintaining all key protocols for advanced Bitcoin users namely custodial ownership and anonymity”.
One of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in the world, Coinbase have announced that its users now allowed to withdraw funds to PayPal. Coinbase then explained, “These withdrawals are not only fast; they’re free and incur no fees. We work hard to make Coinbase the easiest and most trusted platform.”
The PumaPay has associated with Changelly for introducing a feature that permits the users to convert tokens at ease. The wallet users would be able to convert the PumaPay’s native token (PMA) and ERC20 token to ERC20 through Changelly. The PumaPay focuses on including Bitcoin with various other major coins. The conversion feature is presently available for Andriod users.
The Humans.net conducted a survey which revealed that 18% of the respondents who were freelancers preferred to receive payments in Bitcoin and Ethereum. Eleven percent expressed interest in receiving part payment in cryptocurrencies. The survey was conducted among more than 1,100 freelancers in the U.S. Four percent of the respondents were already accepting crypto payments.
SpotOn the US-based payment processor with over 100,000 merchants will soon include crypto payments with number of digital currencies like Bitcoin Core, Ether and Ripple among others. The customers can pay in digital currency and merchants can choose to almost instantaneously convert crypto payments to fiat, or hold them in digital form.
A popular Spanish restaurant and coffee chain, Nostrum has shared the intention to accept bitcoin and other major cryptocurrencies as a payment method as well introducing their own cryptocurrency next year called Mealtoken. Nostrum has collaborated with CyrptoFrachise in launching the token which will officially mark themselves as the first restaurant to launch its own cryptocurrency.
Canada-based Jewellery dealer, Birks Group has partnered with BitPay to enable the cryptocurrency enthusiasts to purchase products using Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash. Chief Executive Officer of Birks Group explained, “As an internationally growing brand, we believe that Bitpay will benefit our customers as we look to align ourselves with these innovative capabilities that are at the forefront of technology.”