Airsoft Technologies To Integrate PumaPay’s Crypto Billing Protocolbr>
Established in 2012, Airsoft offers a wide range of software solutions and end-to-end business consulting services to stakeholders in the financial industry. Its offering expands over a suite of Forex, contract for difference (CFD) and crypto trading solutions for brokerage firms and ancillary services focused on business operation consultancy, lead generation, marketing and business introduction services (BIS).
PumaPay, a subsidiary of Cyprus-based tech startup Decentralized Vision, offers an open-source, blockchain-based protocol that decentralizes a whole layer of transaction processing services. The PullPayment protocol enables merchants to run their businesses the way they’re used to with credit cards.
Airsoft will be integrating the PullPayment protocol and the PMA token as a new payment method for its services. The billing protocol will enable Airsoft to bypass regulatory requirements since the protocol brings transparency and ‘fair-play’ infrastructure to crypto trading software systems.
“Airsoft platform users will be able to enjoy the benefits of using a new payment option for deposits and withdrawals, while having the opportunity to expand their crypto trading portfolio by adding PMA,” PumaPay said.
According to PumaPay, future iterations of the billing protocol will allow for a wider spectrum of billing options on the blockchain, such as pay-per-use, shared payments, which are a perfect fit for affiliate programs, as well as restricted transactions suitable for expense management.
Decentralized Vision CEO Yoav Dror said that the partnership creates a great opportunity for them to introduce the PumaPay solution to an increasing number of key players in the financial industry, while making the PMA token available to more and more crypto traders and users worldwide.
“We are pleased to have Airsoft among our early adopters,” Dror said. “This brings us closer to our goal of providing merchants and shoppers with a flexible and viable alternative to fiat-based payment methods.”