In their drive to create a more seamless process for acceptance of cryptocurrencies, digital payment firm Flexa has announced new plans to enable merchant processing of digital currencies. Flexa details further in their announcement:
“As we continue to see digital currencies grow in popularity and rapidly gain consumer adoption, it’s crucial for retailers to keep up with a broad range of payments options,” said Adam Brault, SVP of InComm Financial Services. “We are proud to be partnered with Flexa’s multi-chain, multi-asset digital currency payment solution. By offering Flexa’s comprehensive solution for digital currency acceptance, we’re able to extend accessibility to new consumers and spend through existing InComm connectivity.”
The new release provides merchants access to 99 digital currencies both online or in-store from a variety of apps and digital wallets. This continues Flexa’s development in the digital currency space, having already launched their Lightning Payments system in El Salvador to allow Bitcoin to be used as legal tender.
“In order for digital asset payments to become embedded in our financial system, today’s consumers need the flexibility to seamlessly and securely pay with the asset of their choice,” said Tyler Spalding, Co-founder of Flexa. “And now, representing the culmination of more than a year of active development, Flexa Payments will meaningfully advance Flexa’s vision of enabling payments in any asset, from any app, anywhere in the world.”
Merchants can now begin accessing both new services Payments Link and Payments SDK in early release.
Overview by Jordan Hirschfield, Director of Research at Mercator Advisory Group