What is Crypto Payment Gateway?
More and more businesses across the world are now accepting it as a mode of payment. Cryptocurrency are safe, secure and extremely inexpensive. For secure crypto transactions from all over the world, a decentralized payment platform was developed. It works the same as other platforms like Paypal, Stripe where users pay, receive and transfer money to another user using multiple cryptocoins.
This payment gateway is developed to reduce the intermediaries involved in the process, which will thereby fasten the payment. The unique feature of crypto payment gateway is transparency and payment via this payment gateway is easy, ensures privacy and security to transactions.
At EIY SYS, we provide customized, multi-currency
Develop your own secure cryptocurrency wallet and payment solutions for businesses. At Blockchain App Factory, we provide customized, multi-currency and secure web and mobile wallet with UI/UX design, for usage on a daily basis. We also provide payment through QR Code, NFC or URL options to your users. Our payment gateways are infused with liquidity from the trusted exchange or third party liquidity providers while ensuring maximum security, safety and reliability. Our in-house development team will ensure that your hot and cold wallets can be integrated into the payment gateway.
Crypto Payment Development Solutions
Apart from building top-notch crypto exchange platforms, we have also mentioned the top features that are vital for the software to run smoothly to get the maximum outputs.
Multiple Payment Options
Secure Crypto Wallet
Multiple Currency Exchange
Benefits of Payment Gateway
24 Hr Withdrawal
What makes our Crypto Payment Solutions Secure?
Cryptocurrencies are usually built using blockchain technology. Blockchain describes the way transactions are recorded into “blocks” and time stamped. It’s a fairly complex, technical process, but the result is a digital ledger of cryptocurrency transactions that’s hard for hackers to tamper with.
In addition, transactions require a two-factor authentication process. For instance, you might be asked to enter a username and password to start a transaction. Then, you might have to enter an authentication code that’s sent via text to your personal cell phone.
While securities are in place, that doesn’t mean cryptocurrencies are un-hackable. In fact, several high-dollar hacks have cost cryptocurrency startups heavily. Hackers hit Coincheck to the tune of $534 million and BitGrail for $195 million in 2018. That made them two of the biggest cryptocurrency hacks of 2018, according to Investopedia.