Stable Coin Payment Processing

CoinPayments is proud to announce the integration of three new stable coins into the CoinPayments ecosystem: TrueUSD (TUSD), USD Coin (USDC), and Gemini Dollar (GUSD). Merchants across the globe will be able to accept payments in these coins, bringing the total number supported through our stable coin payment processing up to four on the CoinPayments platform. With the recent volatility in the market showing the inherent risk in transacting with typical cryptocurrencies and holding on to them as they devalue, we are eager to give our loyal merchants the option…

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SHE256 – Women in Blockchain

A Women in Blockchain event hosted by Blockchain at Berkeley, SHE256’s vision is to empower and motivate women ahead of this disruptive and newly emerging technology, by offering “A unique opportunity to set the culture and tone”, says Sara Reynolds, Executive Director of SHE256, in her bubbly opening statement. Inclusivity, connecting communities and changing the ratio are some of the terms heavily spotlighted throughout the day, offering the audience a true sense of belonging; which is precisely what SHE256 intends to achieve with their mission. Upon arriving at UC Berkeley’s…

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CoinPayments Featured in Insight Success

CoinPayments is proud to be the latest feature over at Insight Success. They considered us one of The 10 Fastest Growing Blockchain Solution Providers 2018. After an extensive vetting and Q and A session, they put together a piece that truly does justice to the history, technological barriers and journey that our CEO Alex Alexandrov endured throughout the evolution that brought CoinPayments into the company it is today. Have a read of how CoinPayments has taken a Major Leap in the Business World of Cryptocurrencies and let us know your thoughts!

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The Importance of Accepting Bitcoin and Altcoins in Your Store

Cryptocurrencies have become a worldwide sensation, with bitcoin taking center stage as the first and most proven cryptocurrency. It has taken a while for bitcoin to become more widely accepted by businesses across the world, but as with any new technology this is understandably so. In the early days, it was only a handful of people that really knew what cryptocurrencies were, how to transact with them and how to store them. Until a day in May 2010, when a young man managed to purchase a pizza with 10,000 bitcoins…

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