Astropay Brings LatAM into the Crypto Era with New Crypto Payment SolutionPublished February 4, 2022 by Lee R
As the LatAM market heats up, Astropay brings a key crypto solution to the region's players.
South America's leading digital payment solution provider Astropay is offering a crypto solution to players in that emerging region to expand the possibilities for player volume.
The Crypto Solution
Astropay's unique payment solution will enable users to trade cryptocurrencies without paying purchase, trading, transfer, or maintenance fees.
New Coins Supported
Astropay's wallet will be the first digital wallet in Latin America to support leading cryptocurrencies such as ADA Cardano, Bitcoins, Bitcoin Cash, and Litecoins, which can be bought by users with local currency or digital dollars.
Crypto on Astropay App
The online payment solution for over five million users in the world has launched its cryptocurrency offering to all those wanting to join the digital asset revolution by giving them the option to buy and sell cryptocurrencies on its app and webapp.
Cost-Effective Option for Players
The cost-effective offering enables users to trade cryptocurrencies without paying any purchase, trading, transfer, or maintenance fees.
Astropay Rep Speaks
Astropay CEO Mikael Lijtenstein said his organization is “thrilled to launch the cryptocurrency offering that puts us at the forefront of international payment solutions.”
Reaching the Younger Generation
Lijtenstein looked forward to serving “younger users who are more inclined to trade cryptocurrencies as they are digital natives.”
Of Astropay's development, Lijtenstein said “AstroPay has been operating with cryptocurrencies for over two years and we decided that now is the right time to offer our users the option to trade these digital assets.”
Ease of Use
Users will be able to acquire crypto through Astropay with maximum ease of use in the company's app or webapp—simply choose the trade option and follow easy steps to purchase crypto through the widest array of payment options available in each country.
Lijtenstein called the launch of crypto-payments “testament” to the organization's “business commitment to continue supporting merchants and users by adopting the latest technological innovations.”
Lijtenstein pointed out how the cryptocurrency market’s size has expanded exponentially since Bitcoin was launched a few years ago to instill the belief that “the sector is poised for further exponential growth, especially driven by the new Web 3.0.”
Astropay becomes the first digital wallet to offer Cardano (ADA) blockchain tokens, which will establish Astropay to a wider range of users in Latin America and put the financial services provider at the forefront of the market region.