CoinPayments Integrates Apollo: Now A Payment Option At Online Stores

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CoinPayments on Monday integrated Apollo all-in-one privacy currency into its payment-processing ecosystem. It supports 1,190 cryptocurrencies as payment method at online stores worldwide, as well as, major e-commerce platforms (such as Shopify, WooCommerce, OpenCart, and Magento) that support CoinPayments plug-ins.

CoinPayments has 2.2 million users in 182 countries, and with Apollo integration, consumers can pay with APL via shopping plug-ins, APIs, and point-of-sale (POS) interfaces. The payment gateway also features Android and iOS apps, multi-coin wallet, and bank fiat settlements for U.S. and European merchants.

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CoinPayments tweeted on Monday:

The integration is a key step towards increasing global adoption of Apollo all-in-one privacy currency which combines every mainstream feature into a private and unregulatable platform. APL’s online payment availability includes Canada-based Shopify, which took in $673 million in revenue in 2017.

Also this week, the foundation set up CoinPayments on Apollo Store. It now accepts APL as well as BTC, ETH, XRP, LTC, TRX, and USDT.

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