Snapcard, a leading payment processor and e-wallet for Bitcoin, has partnered with Alpha Payments Cloud to power AlphaHub users to accept Bitcoin payments globally.
Through a single, simple API integration, online merchants have access to the AlphaHub platform and can add Bitcoin functionality in a matter of clicks as an alternative payment method and gain access to a targeted demographic of more than 7 million active Bitcoin users worldwide.
“The AlphaHub API connects banks and merchants to more than 100 white-label solutions like gateways, alternative payments, ID verification, chargeback management– we’re excited to work with Snapcard to help our clients capture the added-value of accepting global alternative payments like Bitcoin,” commented Rónán Gallagher, Chief Product Officer at Alpha Payments Cloud.
The partnership will see Alpha referring interested clients to Snapcard, with joint plans to work closely in educating merchants about Bitcoin and how it works.
“We pride ourselves in customer service and understand that with a new payment method like Bitcoin, it’s important to stay involved in the educational process,” noted Michael Dunworth, CEO of Snapcard, “Alpha is known for its innovative initiatives in the payment space– with this partnership, we’re looking forward to bringing a beautiful line of Bitcoin products to Alpha’s clients.”
AlphaHub merchants will have the opportunity to accept Bitcoin payments with Snapcard’s “simple pricing of 0.5% per transaction”, with no monthly fees or setup fees.
To learn more about this partnership, please go to info.snapcard.io/alpha-
To learn more about Snapcard’s Bitcoin Merchant API, please go to snapcard.io/accept-bitcoin
Snapcard offers a suite of products and services which are designed to make it easy for businesses and consumers to use digital currencies like Bitcoin. Founded in 2013, Snapcard’s Merchant API is an easy to integrate, enterprise-level solution that allows merchants to accept Bitcoin payments anywhere in the world without taking on any currency volatility risk. Snapcard is headquartered in San Francisco, California, with offices in Australia and Canada.