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LATAM payment wallet AstroPay integrates

AstroPay, a Latin American-based payment & e-wallet solution, announced it has integrated crypto with a new buy and sell option on its app and web app. The AstroPay wallet supports Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, and Cardano, and can be acquired in local currencies available in each country or USD.

Further, the service allows users to trade supported cryptocurrencies with no purchase, trading, transfer, or maintenance fees. With the addition, AstroPay aims to expand its business to a wider range of users. The option is now available in selected emerging markets with plans to roll it out further.

Mikael Lijtenstein, CEO at AstroPay

“With this offering, we want to serve younger users who are more inclined to trade cryptocurrencies as they are digital natives. 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.”
Mikael Lijtenstein, Astropay CEO

AstroPay is an easy-to-use payment solution and e-wallet with support for more than 200 payment methods globally, and can be seamlessly added to an operator’s website. It is one of the biggest payment providers in Latin America and Asia and rapidly developing in Africa. The company has offices in the UK and Latin America, with over 5 million users and 500 merchants.

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