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5 Reasons why Businesses Should Start to Accept Crypto Payments
« on: February 09, 2019, 04:39:47 PM »

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Cryptocurrencies are fast rising as trusted payment solutions.  According to crypto market stats, around 2.9 million people actively use crypto wallets of late. And active crypto users prefer to pay through crypto payments mostly. The versatility and data privacy benefits offered by digital coins have made it a rising favorite among modern payment options today.

A growing number of industries have already started to accept crypto payments of late. Casinos have long been accepting crypto payments. You can check out resorts online casino bonus code to make the best of the casino discounts. The other industries that have started taking crypto payments include tech, gourmet, travel, hospitality and so on. It’s high time that you too integrate crypto payments in your business to ensure you don’t lag behind in the competition.

Here are 5 top reasons why businesses should consider to accept crypto payments.

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Low fees

Crypto payment system assures lower fees as compared to traditional payments systems. From bank account fees to credit/debit card fees to ATM fees to merchant fees to inactivity fees to overdraft fees- the conventional payment system incurs multiple fees and that too in huge numbers.

On the contrary, leading crypto payment gateways charge a very meager 0.5-1% fee per transaction which is almost nothing compared to the mammoth fees you have to pay for other payment processes. In fact, if your digital wallet is in-built with your crypto account, you won’t have to pay anything other than a nominal transaction fee.