Cryptocurrency payment provider Bonpay made a stunning ascent last year with 22,000 ETH gathered from the ICO. A finance solutions division that solves the problem of using cryptocurrencies in everyday life has become a crucial platform for 20,000 users.
“For general people that don’t want to go through many steps of exchanging their crypto into fiat, Bonpay is a real savior,” says founder and CEO Alex Blazhevych. “We’re listening to the cryptocurrency community, collect data, and make sure that Bonpay is building the needed solution.”
Here’s the latest suite of Bonpay features which give users what they need.
Bonpay’s wallet allows users to store, send, and receive Bitcoin. The wallet provides a variety of useful components — from transfers with the phone numbers/email address to storing all ERC-20 tokens — in a single account. Customers can use the wallet with zero commissions on any transaction.
Bonpay’s wallet was recognized as one of the best in the verification of clients according to a research conducted by P.A.ID Strategies. This means that the client can restore access to the account, after confirming the identity. In this way, Bonpay hopes to reduce the amount of lost cryptocurrency.
With a whopping 2 billion of debit cards in the world, only about 50 million people hold cryptocurrency. The number grew fast from approximately 5 million unique active users in 2017. Until people can use BTC, ETH, etc., everywhere, Bonpay crypto card enables people to pay online, make purchases offline or get cash from any ATM in the world. Bonpay card unites the world of blockchain future with the nowadays still fiat world.
Unlike many competitors, Bonpay solution is token-based. BON utility token is the currency of the Bonpay ecosystem. It provides our users with exclusive features that are unavailable otherwise. Token makes the company indeed based on the blockchain.
Sure, Bonpay is not alone on the market. After all, once the solution is shipped, there’s no going back.
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