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Leverate releases B2B Crypto Payments Solution ‘Terrexa Pay’

Leverate releases B2B Crypto Payments Solution 'Terrexa Pay'
Leverate releases B2B Crypto Payments Solution 'Terrexa Pay'

Foreign Exchange (FX) broker solutions supplier Leverate is rolling out a cryptocurrency solution directed at boosting crypto adoption among agents and companies.

Reports in Finance Magnates on Tuesday (Oct. 30) stated Leverate announced the launching of Terrexa Pay, supplying a cryptocurrency payments gateway platform that permits users to streamline their trades made out of bitcoin along with other cryptocurrencies. Created for high-risk businesses like FX and gambling, the solution delivers a plug in or widget program that may integrate into brokerage sites to encourage cryptocurrency for a payment alternative.

The launching of Terrexa Pay follows the debut of the Terrexa brand by Leverate to permit users to swap fiat money for cryptocurrency. The accession of this payment gateway alternative targets friction in agents’ clearance procedures and markets clients’ fiat monies to cryptocurrencies.

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An agent sends an elongated public secret to Terrexa Pay, and also the alternative assigns an exceptional address for the agent customers, the business explained. The system streamlines the identification of the payment source and also provides real-time insight for agents into trades in advance.

“Many agents are fighting with inadequate payment infrastructure in their own states, or with different limitations on old-type payment procedures,” explained Leverate Director of Crypto Oren Mizrachi in a declaration. “When we envisioned Terrexa Paywe thought about a comprehensive payment solution which will simplify and streamline how our customers process transactions from several sources, from bank cards to lender transfers into cryptocurrency payments. We think that stable and safe payment options are another step from the cryptocurrency development”

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