Cryptocurrency payment system PlasmaPay, which called on apps to beta test in July, is now available in a full-fledged mode for all users. After a successful 3 months of beta testing, the system has officially launched.
The founder of PlasmaPay, Ilya Maksimenka, notes that users from all continents connect to the system, and the new generation payment system is expected to be of the greatest interest in Asian countries, such as Thailand, Vietnam, and Indonesia, as well as in South America, Nigeria, and in some crypto active European countries such as Germany.
The multilingual platform supports 20 different languages for users from all over the world. A convenient interface in your own language allows users to quickly understand the functionality and start working in minutes.
“We have created a truly unique payment system that meets all modern requirements imposed by users. Easy, convenient and intuitive interface, high security and the most popular options are now available to everyone in their own language,” notes Maksimenka.
Today, users can make cryptocurrency transfers by creating an account and a crypto wallet in the system. The wallet can be quickly and safely replenished by a fiat card. The replenishment of the wallet is available through the Simplex partner service integrated into the payment system.
Within the crypto wallet, users can make transactions with any key cryptocurrencies – BTC, LTC, ETH, DASH, the list of which is being updated. At the same time, according to Ilya Maksimenka, PlasmaPay is actively working to study users preferences and to develop available options on their basis.
In the nearest future, transactions with fiat currencies will also be available in the PlasmaPay system. The company reports it has obtained a license for all types of operations – creating virtual wallets, exchanging virtual currency for fiat currency and vice versa, etc. The license was obtained in Estonia, the company residence country.
“By the end of 2019, we plan to introduce cryptocurrency and fiat processing for internet business, to launch a card project, a pilot project with a bank in the EU, to launch a service with international money transfers for individual jurisdictions. In 2019, the project will begin a wide expansion to all countries of the EU and Asia,” says Ilya Maksimenka.
For entering the European Union and Asia the company is holding negotiations with five banks in Germany, Great Britain, the Czech Republic, Singapore, and Hong Kong, as well as with three partners in the money transfer industry, including the US.