Crypto Payment Gateway Offers Low Withdrawal Fees
A crypto payment gateway says it makes accepting digital currencies on websites easy with low cost.
A crypto payment gateway is offering an easy way for merchants to integrate digital currencies into their websites.
Coinremitter says its service is so simple that it can be set up by anyone and activated quickly — with powerful security ensuring funds are kept safe.
The company’s payment gateway offers support for major cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin and Tether, along with more niche alternatives such as Dogecoin and Dash.
According to Coinremitter, no ID or bank account is required to establish a payment gateway that is global, anonymous, free of chargebacks and “zero risk.” Once an account has been created through a registration process that takes just 15 seconds, no Know Your Customer checks or other mobile verification measures are required. This ensures that everyone can access the platform’s features in full.
Making things simple
Executives say that their main goal has been to make integrating crypto payment gateways easy for businesses — and even more straightforward than building a website. As a result, merchants can deliver an innovative retail experience to their customers, giving them the freedom to pay using any asset they wish. The company notes that it can be convenient not only for merchants but that it also can be useful for individuals who want to store currency in-wallet.
The streamlined process is also matched by competitive pricing. Coinremitter says the 0.23% it charges on withdrawals is among the lowest in the industry. Currency can be swapped at any time through the platform, and a cutting-edge digital wallet ensures that transactions are executed safely. An invoicing feature adds a sheen of professionalism by enabling e-commerce sites to send bills to their consumers.
Coinremitter says it has already established a thriving community — with more than 25,000 users relying on its payment gateway on a regular basis. Almost 1.9 million transactions have been processed on their behalf since launch, with an estimated value in excess of 5,000 BTC.
The company has also been aiming to make it easy for startups to list coins and tokens, creating valuable inroads with merchants and vendors.
New Coinremitter users get the option to choose from one of two plans. The first is free — and enables businesses to receive payments in Bitcoin, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin Gold, Dogecoin and Tether. Customer support via email, live chat and telephone are available during limited business hours, and API access is limited to 100 requests a minute.
Those who go for the Premium Plan — which costs $99.99 a month or the equivalent in Bitcoin — delivers access to all of the coins in the free plan, as well as Ripple and Ether. Support is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and paid-up members can make 500 requests a minute through the API. Coinremitter says another exciting incentive of its paid-for subscription is the opportunity to gain early access to the latest features.
According to Coinremitter, all users benefit from the low withdrawal free of 0.23% — irrespective of whether they are on a free or premium plan.
Making plugins convenient
Coinremitter says a major source of frustration for many merchants is how existing payment gateways on the market end up diverting customers away from their website. The company says its technology means that crypto transactions can be completed on a single webpage, delivering a slick experience and less hassle for shoppers.
With registered vendors from around the world relying on Coinremitter’s gateway for Bitcoin and altcoins every day, the company is upbeat about the future, and believes more and more businesses will benefit as 2020 gets into full swing.
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