Blockchain-based billing protocol PumaPay on Thursday announced its partnership with Change, a platform that offers instant exchange between cryptocurrencies and the option to convert tokens within the app.
The new in-wallet feature, currently only available for Android devices, provides PumaPay users with a smooth crypto-to-crypto conversion experience as well as the ability to exchange their coins directly to its native token (PMA) on the same interface.
Changelly’s customizable exchange widget is integrated right into PumaPay wallet, which provides an open source billing protocol that allows merchants to process crypto payments. The users no longer have to send coins from their device for conversion and can implement an exchange between almost any ERC20 token and more than 100 cryptocurrencies listed on Changelly, including Bitcoin and Ethereum.
Changelly claims it has attracted over two million registered users since its founding in 2015.
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Adopted by Global Brands
PumaPay says its business overcomes existing blockchain payment limitations and offers ‘robust’ billing mechanisms for e-commerce, online services, and financial providers. For example, PumaPay makes it possible for a subscription service to pull monthly payments from a cryptocurrency wallet.
The company’s ecosystem boasts more than 60 brands from different industries including streaming media, payments, financial trading, web hosting, and technology. Earlier this year, PumaPay raised $117 in the seventh-largest ICO of all time.
Yoav Dror, CEO of PumaPay, commented: “Changelly’s crypto-to-crypto conversion gives our users a much easier way to exchange their cryptos within the PumaPay app, ultimately saving them time and money.”
“PumaPay is another great example of how a combination of innovative blockchain technologies and familiar credit cards payment methods can facilitate the penetration of crypto into the everyday aspects of our lives, thus bringing new members to the global crypto community,” added CEO of Changelly, Ilya Bere.