Cryptocurrency payment processor Coinify incorporates Dash

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Cryptocurrency payment processor Coinify now boasts of Dash, an altcoin forked from Bitcoin’s protocol that enables superfast and untraceable transactions.

For those who have been wondering why a full-range cryptocurrency services provider like Coinify would integrate seventeen odd cryptocurrencies but exclude one of the leading altcoins of this year, Dash can now stop pondering. Coinify has officially announced the launch of Dash on its platform, allowing merchants around the globe to accept Dash payments.

That’s not it. The platform has brought in thousands of new merchants spread across seventy countries, who would now start accepting Dash as a payment mode for both in-wallet and wallet-independent trading. Along with merchant services, Coinify’s in-wallet trading services will allow users to buy and sell Dash using bank transfer methods or credit cards.

Cryptocurrency payment processor Coinify spearheads Dash adoption

Coinify is a unique three-in-one service platform where users can enjoy payments, invoicing, and trading services all under one roof. It lets merchants accept cryptocurrency payments, who then get paid in fiat money, thus necessitating minimal modification of payment systems at the merchant’s end. This simplifies the overall onboarding process not only for the merchants but also for Dash users across the globe, creating an extensive Dash network.

Commenting on the sought-after integration, Mark Højgaard, co-founder and CEO of Coinify, excitedly remarks that incorporating Dash has got the company a step closer to its overall mission, that is to propel cryptocurrency adoption.

We whole-heartedly welcome Dash to our full-range digital assets payment suite. Dash’s real-world use cases are many, making it a perfect fit for the Coinify ecosystem. Together, we will bring in virtual currencies to mainstream and support wider adoption of Dash through smooth, efficient, and secure payment transfers, Højgaard confirms.

Dash one step closer to its mission

Meanwhile, Jan Heinrich Meyer, CEO, and founder of the Dash Embassy D-A-CH dubs this step as a crucial stepping stone for the next-generation virtual currency. He believes that the integration will make Dash more accessible to merchants, retailers, and users around the world.

Meyer believes that Coinify’s easy buy and share crypto platform will encourage merchants, individuals, and developers to accept payments in Dash, thereby boosting its acceptance rate.

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