Mercuryo, a leading global cryptocurrency payment provider, adds Apple Pay and Google Pay support for digital asset transactions. Fiat to crypto “rails”, available via Mercuryo’s flagship widget product, allows anyone with a smartphone device to purchase crypto with fiat currency using a wide range of payment methods. In addition to Mercuryo’s direct consumer base, Apple Pay and Google Pay support will also be available on partner cryptocurrency wallets and exchanges – such as Trust Wallet, Trezor, and CoinPayments – that have integrated the company’s widget.
The crypto industry is growing rapidly, reaching a total market capitalization of over $1 trillion in 2021. With the mission to make cryptocurrencies more accessible for everyone globally, the fintech company Mercuryo offers a seamless fiat-to-crypto payment gateway to consumer and business clients. Featuring two flagship products, a digital asset wallet, and a widget, Mercuryo has been serving over 600,000 users and 200 cryptocurrency partners, including prominent enterprises like Binance, Bybit, Bitfinex, Trust Wallet, and Bithumb. Since its launch, Mercuryo has quickly become one of the leading crypto payment gateway providers globally, realizing a 20-fold increase in volume in the past six months alone.
Mecuryo’s cryptocurrency widget can be easily integrated into the partners’ applications and website platforms, such as digital asset exchange and wallet services. In addition to flawless integration, the widget provides global coverage, allowing users to purchase crypto with various payment methods and currency pairs in any country.
With a focus on simplicity, the Mercuryo cryptocurrency widget features a user-friendly design with multi-language support and a 24/7 live customer support service. The service’s straightforward nature allows users to purchase and sell digital assets without any in-depth knowledge of the crypto world. For that reason, Mercuryo’s partners can use the company’s widget to achieve high conversion rates while offering their customers exposure to multiple digital currencies.
Neither consumers nor businesses have to worry about their funds’ safety as the company operates a fully regulated and compliant service that features state-of-the-art security. With guaranteed protection against chargebacks and continuous transaction monitoring, Mercuryo provides a completely ready-made and secure service to businesses in any country in the world. As a one-stop solution, Mercuryo takes care of everything for its partners, including compliance, liquidity, payments, and fraud management.
Not only does Mercuryo offer some of the lowest commissions on the market for buying cryptocurrency, the company’s widget can also be integrated into any platform and customized by business partners in order to suit the preferences of their customers.
Mercuryo also features a simplified KYC procedure for users to confirm their identities in a few minutes when making their first transactions.
“Aside from our direct customer base, all our partners that have integrated the Mercuryo widget have access to Google Pay and Apple Pay to offer a new, smooth way to purchase cryptocurrency for their users. Many of our business partners, such as Trust Wallet, Trezor, and Coinpayments, already feature the service, and we are always looking to strike new partnerships with promising companies,” Petr Kozyakov, Mecuryo’s co-founder and CBDO, stated.
By adding support for Apple Pay and Google Pay, Mercuryo allows its customers to buy digital assets with fiat currency in a swift and simple manner, without the need to add their card details. The entire process will only take users a couple of minutes at most.
Founded in 2018, Mercuryo is a cross-border payments network that aggregates a large number of payment solutions across the world and provides fiat and crypto payments and payouts for businesses. With offices in Tallinn and London, the firm operates a leading global digital asset payment gateway. In addition to a fast-growing customer base of over 600,000 users, Mercuryo has partnerships with prominent crypto enterprises, such as Binance, Bitfinex, Trezor, Bithumb, and over 200 market-makers. With ambitious plans to scale up globally, the company closed a €2.5m seed funding in 2020 led by a well-established international VC fund, Target Global. In January 2021, Mercuryo expanded its services to the US.
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