NOWPayments is proud to present a new feature that contributes to streamlining the whole process in a most efficient way for merchants who would like to target a wider group of customers.
Meet: Fiat conversion.
If you are a business owner who has not yet embraced cryptocurrency payments, and your customers would like to pay you in crypto, there is a way for you to cater to your clients’ needs without going full-on crypto. You can start exploring this innovative and exciting field which attracts more and more merchants and clients, especially after all the big developments that just keep coming, such as PayPal adding crypto or Spotify looking into the crypto option. And you can do so using fiat.
Or maybe you do accept cryptocurrency payments, but you would like to target all kinds of clients out there while still getting paid in crypto.
NOWPayments has come up with a creative solution for this situation, adding fiat to the crypto equation and allowing merchants to make use of the cryptocurrency payments advantages, while not missing out on traditional payment methods.
Now, customers will be able to pay using the method they are most familiar with, and merchants can choose to accept the currency they prefer (see the assets available on NOWPayments here – the list of coins supported for fiat conversion gets constant updates).
To make this happen, NOWPayments has launched the convenient fiat-to-crypto and crypto-to-fiat options available at your request – simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and get your fiat processing game on!
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