Slash Payment Adds Support for Oasys Enabling Businesses to Accept $OAS Payments

Web3 crypto payment gateway Slash Payment has expanded the blockchains it supports by adding Oasys. As a result, businesses integrating Slash’s non-custodial crypto payment solution can now accept funds on nine blockchains including Oasys. It’s designed to reduce the cryptocurrency volatility risk for merchants while making business acceptance of crypto payments simpler.

The Oasys blockchain is optimized for gaming and provides the infrastructure for GameFi applications to operate at scale. With Oasys now integrated into Slash, gaming applications in particular will benefit from the ability to support purchases of $OAS. The native Oasys token is used throughout its gaming ecosystem including in numerous third-part gaming dapps.

Slash Goes All in on Gaming

Slash’s decision to add support for Oasys assets is part of a broader effort to champion web3 gaming. Slash sees particular value in providing the payment infrastructure for gaming communities, where users require tokens such as $OAS for interacting with gaming dapps and trading items such as skins and avatars.

Previously, blockchain game CoinMusme and gaming wallet Facewallet have been enhanced by Slash Payment integration. Many of the users exploring blockchain games are new to web3, and can find onboarding confusing, particularly the need to purchase gas in order to store game progress, list items on P2P marketplaces, and cover network fees.

Slash Payment is on a mission to eliminate friction by making it easier for players to access the tokens they need to play specific web3 games. In this respect, its values overlap with those of Oasys, which is aiming to reduce the barriers to GameFi adoption. Its fast, low-fee network supports zero gas fees, making it easier for users to start playing web3 games.

Slash Fintech Selected for Uniswap-Arbitrum Grant Program

In related news, Slash Fintech has been selected for the Uniswap-Arbitrum Grant Program (UAGP). The six-month program provides support to projects working within the Arbitrum and Uniswap ecosystems. The grant was awarded thanks to Slash Fintech’s support for Arbitrum, which was boosted by the introduction of Slash Payment in November. As a result, Arbitrum was added to the growing list of blockchains Slash Payment supports.

Slash Fintech has now been awarded a 10,000 ARB grant, with the funding to be allocated towards business development in Asian markets such as Japan and South Korea. Slash Payments is intent on gaining market share in these key crypto regions, while making it easier for Asian users to gain access to Arbitrum assets.

Through increasing the number of blockchains it supports and dapps it’s integrated with, Slash is doing its bit to drive greater web3 adoption. Coupled with other industry improvements such as seedless wallets, account abstraction, and lower network fees, implemented throughout the EVM ecosystem with the recent Dencun upgrade, web3 is becoming more welcoming.

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