That the markets are down does not mean that cryptocurrencies and enterprises do not keep expanding. BlockCypher, a leading blockchain services provider announced a partnership with Payza, the online payment provider, that will reach 13 million users in over 190 countries.
BlockCypher and Payza Partnership
With this partnership, users will be able to send and receive cryptocurrencies to and from Payza users. Additionally, they will be able to spend these virtual currencies at 100,000 e-commerce retailers, and exchange Dash and other cryptocurrencies to 25 different fiat currencies from all over the world.
Payza serves countries from all over the world and has an important presence in countries like Venezuela, Nepal, Mexico, Brazil or Haiti. The idea behind Payza was to provide an easy way to access the financial world without depending on banks or traditional financial institutions. In the last couple of months, Payza customers were asking for integration with Dash, a fast and cheap cryptocurrency.
BlockCypher is the blockchain company that is helping Payza to integrate with Dash. At the moment, Bitcoin is not the favourite cryptocurrency for transactions, and Payza and BlockCypher took note of that.
Payza CTO, Ali Nizameddine, commented:
“BlockCypher’s approach makes it easier for users to interact with several cryptocurrencies through one solution. BlockCypher has a fantastic enterprise level solution for integrating Altcoins. With BlockCypher’s support, Payza looks forward to launching several exciting cryptocurrency products this year.”
Payza offers a promotion for a limited time for users who exchange fiat of Bitcoin into Dash. These users will get an extra 10% of the altcoins when they buy up to 1 Dash and an extra 5% for each Dash purchased above amount.
BlockCypher studies how people sues cryptocurrencies for specific use cases. BlockCypher provides a faster integration with leading blockchains today.
“We are excited to see Payza integrate Dash so quickly using our web services and infrastructure,” said Karen Hsu, head of Growth at BlockCypher. “Payza leads the digital payments market in providing digital currency options, and we look forward to working with them to integrate additional blockchains in the future.”
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