Easy Crypto NZ Partners with Stripe to enable Credit Card Payments
Easy Crypto is excited to be partnering with Stripe to accept credit card payments, one of the most demanded features on our platform!
Good news – buying crypto just got easier. One of the most demanded features on our platform is finally here.
We are pleased to announce that Easy Crypto New Zealand will be the first crypto provider to be officially partnering with Stripe to offer credit card payments on our platform.
What this means for Easy Crypto
Our partnership with Stripe means that you now have the option of completing your order with a credit card of your choice.
Making it easy has been a core principle here at Easy Crypto. We take pride in simplifying all aspects of the cryptocurrency experience. With Stripe, getting started with cryptocurrencies in New Zealand is easier and more accessible than ever before.
Simply select credit card as the payment method during checkout – and you’re good to go!
Benefits of using Stripe
As prefaced above, Stripe offers the convenience of credit card payments for our customers to buy cryptocurrencies in New Zealand.
In addition to improving accessibility and convenience, Stripe’s network also provides enhanced customer security to detect and eliminate fraud.
This is possible with the Stripe Radar, a machine learning algorithm that is built into Stripe’s network that adapts to the latest fraud patterns.
Again, we are excited to be the first crypto provider in New Zealand to be partnering with Stripe, and make crypto even more accessible to the masses.
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Disclaimer: Information is current as at the date of publication. This is general information only and is not intended to be advice. Crypto is volatile, carries risk and the value can go up and down. Past performance is not an indicator of future returns. Please do your own research.
Last updated October 18, 2022