Company of software products for bitcoin and cryptocurrency Newnote Financial Corp has announced that the Canadian fiat regulation is now possible on the online cryptocurrency market Coinpayments.com using his Cointrader.net Bitcoin exchange. Newnote has a 20% stake in Coinpayments.com.
The integration allows more than 13,000 Coinpayments traders to sell their Bitcoins on Cointrader.net and to receive the fiat cash amount via electronic transfer or ACH direct transfer to their bank accounts. Merchants can accept 55 different cryptocurrencies using one of the 25 popular ones plug-in shopping cart that the Bitcoin market offers.
According to Press release, Coinpayments also allowed traders to instantly exchange one currency with another through shapeshift. The company is planning to offer USD exchanges in the near future.
The president and CEO of Coinpayments Inc. Alex Alexandrov states: "We love cryptography but recognize that the purchase of Bitcoin can often be a challenge, so we are trying to make it extremely simple. Very soon you will be able to simply purchase Bitcoin online through Interac Online Checkout on our website through our partnership with Bluzelle.com. The team is very excited to bring more people into the cryptic world by breaking down the barriers and allowing them to participate."
About Coinpayments Inc.
Coinpayments Inc., based in Canada, is the third largest payment processor and the only company to accept 55 cryptocurrencies. Coinpayments Inc. has over 13,000 merchants in 146 countries worldwide. The small, passionate crypto team has a vision and the goal of making the crypt widely accessible to consumers and merchants through intelligent integration with large companies in the digital money ecosystem.
About Newnote Financial Corp.
Newnote Financial Corp. is a cryptocurrency and a service and software company related to Bitcoin, which owns and manages the Bitcoin exchange of Cointrader.net, the online store builder PayIvy.com, the app for Android CoinExchange. The company also has some Bitcoin ATMs in London, Tokyo and Vancouver under control.