ZipZap, the San Francisco-based global payments network, has announced a European expansion, offering 34 countries across Europe opportunities to use cash to purchase Bitcoin and other digital currencies.
The company said that it has developed strategic partnerships across Europe to provide free sign up, free wallet and free deposits. European consumers can purchase digital currencies and/or pay bills for their relatives or friends in other countries.
“ZipZap has a commitment to simplify and democratise payments worldwide,” said Simon Nahnybida, senior vice president (SVP) business development for ZipZap. “We are now enabling more consumers with the power to easily, safely and securely buy digital currencies at affordable prices using multiple payment options.”
Following a recent partnership with PayZone in the UK, ZipZap is now accepting both cash and bank transfers from networks such as iDeal, MisterCash, SOFORT, the single euro payments area (SEPA), GiroPay and many more payment options across Europe.
ZipZap also recently announced its expansion in Latin America, providing global payment solutions for Bitcoin and digital currencies.
Consumers can register online at www.zipzapinc.com, select the amount they wish to buy and the payment options of cash, bank to bank transfer, or wire transfer). Upon receipt of payment, ZipZap processes the order with one of their exchange partners that offer the best price.
“The benefit to consumers is that they will get the best prices while conveniently paying with their preferred method of payment,” said Nahnybida.
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