Alchemy Pay now on Bitcoin portal as Global On-Ramp Provider

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A new business pal to Bitcoin, Alchemy Pay has launched its fiat-crypto on-ramp payment services on Bitcoin.com’s web portal. Alchemy Pay’s direct-to-customer plugin, which can be easily integrated and deployed by web3 apps and platforms, supports the purchase of a wide range of cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin.com’s rewards and utility token VERSE. The new local payment methods offered by Alchemy Pay will contribute to the expansion of Bitcoin.com’s reach.

What’s the benefit?

“At Bitcoin.com, we’re always at the forefront of user-centric solutions,” said Bitcoin.com CEO Dennis Jarvis. “Alchemy Pay’s integration brings a seamless fiat-crypto transition with an expanded range of local payment options – something that is especially crucial for our users in Asia and LATAM. As the 2024 Bitcoin halving nears, this partnership underscores our commitment to remain ahead of the curve, always prioritising our community’s needs.”

Alchemy Pay: Global Fiat- Crypto Services

Alchemy Pay‘s payment gateway enables payments using Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and Diners Club across 173 countries, along with domestic transfers and mobile wallets in developing markets. Its user-friendly KYC process, low fees, and exceptional conversion rates make buying and selling cryptocurrencies with local currencies as convenient as any typical online payment. Alchemy Pay’s extensive network features over 300 fiat payment channels, allowing its checkouts to go beyond card payments and tap into local mobile wallet options.

About Alchemy Pay.

Founded in Singapore in 2017, Alchemy Pay solutions include its On & Off-Ramp solution, NFT Checkout, and white label Crypto Cards for platforms. “Bitcoin.com is a giant in the industry,” said Robert McCracken, Ecosystem Lead at Alchemy Pay, adding, “We are excited to continue working together towards making cryptocurrency more accessible globally.”

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