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B2B cryptocurrency payment solution revealed

August 2, 2019 • Finance, Southern Africa

New cryptocurrency payment solution revealed

Coindirect’s B2B platform allows merchants to receive Bitcoin, BTC, Ripple, Ethereum, Dai, Dash and Litecoin payments

Cryptocurrency payment platform and wallet, Coindirect announced on Thursday, 1 August 2019, its new business to business (B2B) cryptocurrency payment solution — designed to facilitate borderless transactions within a secure and transparent environment. 

Coindirect says the B2B offering allows for merchants to receive payments in Bitcoin and a variety of other cryptocurrencies with only a small 1 per cent merchant fee. The platform accepts cryptocurrency pay-ins and pay-outs both globally and locally allowing for the funds to be placed into the merchant bank account in either ZAR or Euros.

“The South African market has had limited to no access to secure, transparent and cost-effective cross border B2B  payments until now,” says Nic Haralambous, Coindirect COO. “Our cryptocurrency payment platform allows merchants to accept payments globally, instantly and affordably, receiving fiat with no currency risk. We have signed several leading merchants onto the platform that will launch in Q4, 2019.”

According to Coindirect, the B2B payment platform has been designed to address some of the significant issues affecting cryptocurrency payments in the local market. It allows for a 15-minute payment window while providing for a guaranteed ZAR/BTC or EUR/BTC rate. 

“Merchants can accept payments without having to invest in any crypto infrastructure and can use the system to email invoices anywhere in the world. The platform allows merchants to connect to a growing cryptocurrency ecosystem while benefiting from instant, secure, irreversible and global transaction support. The Coindirect cryptocurrency payment solution is built on high-end security infrastructure and provides merchants with the transparency and visibility into transactional data that they require,” concludes Haralambous.

Edited by Jenna Cook

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