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Payza’s latest news regarding the expansion of our cryptocurrency services has not gone by unnoticed by the media. Here are some articles about Payza and our latest altcoins news:

Finance Magnates covers Payza’s latest cryptocurrency news

Back in 2014, Payza began supporting Bitcoin payments and purchases, and has been called a “Bitcoin-friendly payment processor”. In June this year, Payza added 50 different Bitcoin alternatives to its Cryptocurrency Exchange. “Payza has completed the loop, now allowing its verified users, through their e-wallets, to exchange their holdings of Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin, Dash, Monero, Zcash and other cryptocurrencies into US dollars which can subsequently be loaded onto their prepaid cards.”

Last month, Payza announced their full Bitcoin support, which means that members can now buy and sell Bitcoin within their Payza account, merchants can accept Bitcoin as payment, and it is also possible for Payza members to hold Bitcoin within their e-wallets. Now members can do even more with Payza and cryptocurrency – they have the “option of having their fiat withdrawn into altcoins” and this feature also lets Payza members load their Payza Cards directly from Bitcoin or altcoin exchanges.

The full article from Finance Magnates can be found on their website: Payza Adds 50 Bitcoin Alternatives to its Cryptocurrency Exchange

The Paypers presents Payza’s new cryptocurrency exchange

Payza has expanded its Cryptocurrency Exchange, which means that Payza members now can deposit over 50 cryptocurrencies into their accounts. This means that members can sell Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin, Dash, Monero, Zcash and many other cryptocurrencies in their Payza account and thereby receive US dollar directly in their e-wallets. This money can then be “loaded to their Payza Cards or withdrawn at an ATM”.

The full article from The Paypers can be found on their website: Payza cryptocurrency exchange accepts Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin

PaymentsSource covers Payza’s most recent currency exchange addition

“Payza is embracing the rise of new cryptocurrencies by opening its own exchange to more than 50 Bitcoin alternatives.” After announcing its full Bitcoin support last month, Payza now also lets its members sell and exchange many other cryptocurrencies than Bitcoin for US dollars, including Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin, Dash, Monero, Zcash and many more.

The full article from PaymentsSource can be found on their website: Payza’s virtual currency exchange adds dozens of Bitcoin alternatives (subscription needed)

Crowdfund Insider observes Payza’s cryptocurrency exchange expansion

In June, Payza announced an expansion of its cryptocurrency exchange to include the “most popular Bitcoin alternatives”. Verified Payza members can now sell Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin, Dash, Monero, Zcash and dozens of other cryptocurrencies to Payza, to thereafter be exchanged to US dollars in their e-wallets. These altcoins can in turn be loaded onto a Payza Card.

“Giving our members the option to sell altcoins to Payza is one more step in the direction of complete Bitcoin and altcoin support within the Payza platform, and another step closer to developing a robust and inclusive global payments system”, says Payza CEO Firoz Patel.

The full article from Crowdfund Insider can be found on their website: Payza Adds New Cryptocurrencies to Exchange, Including Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin, Dash & Monero

Dash Force News highlights Payza’s big cryptocurrency announcement

Payza’s latest announcement regarding its integration of 50 additional cryptocurrencies into its platform means that the global payment processor and service has added support for dozens of the top cryptocurrencies. This allows Payza members to easily exchange most digital currencies for their local fiat currencies and these can in turn be loaded onto supported cards. “In the future, Payza plans to make this exchange go both ways, allowing customers to buy other cryptocurrencies as well”.

According to the article, Payza’s latest expansion of its cryptocurrency exchange comes as “Bitcoin’s dominance over the cryptoverse continues to slip” and “companies seeking to stay with the times are integrating other tokens into their business models”.

The full article from Dash Force News can be found on their website: Payza Integrates 50 New Cryptocurrencies, Including Dash

CryptoNinjas observes Payza’s addition of popular altcoins to its e-wallet

Payza recently announced full Bitcoin support and now the global online payment platform has “announced that members can now use select altcoins as an e-wallet funding method”. Payza members in most countries can now sell dozens of cryptocurrencies to Payza, including Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin, Dash, Monero, and Zcash. Payza members that have a Payza Card can also use funds added by altcoins to load their cards, which gives them “an easy way to turn altcoins into US Dollars that can be spent online, in-stores, or withdrawn from most ATMs.”

Payza has even more plans – in the future, Payza members will be able to also buy altcoins from Payza. There are also plans to make it possible to load the Payza Card with funds from Bitcoin or altcoin exchanges, all in one simple step. “This new feature will bypass the need to first send those funds to a Payza Account, and then load them onto the card.”

The full article from CryptoNinjas can be found on their website: Payza adds list of popular altcoins as e-wallet funding method

Blockchain Technology News comments on Payza’s latest expansion

Payza has expanded its cryptocurrency exchange to “include a range of popular Bitcoin alternatives”, which means that Payza members can sell these to Payza and have them converted to US dollars directly in their e-wallets. Once converted, these funds can be loaded onto a Payza Card. “The company is selling this process as the simplest way to utilise their cryptocurrencies in the wider economy.”

The full article from Blockchain Technology News can be found on their website: Payza expands Cryptocurrency Exchange