Cryptocurrency Exchange Binance Partners With Mercuryo To Make Buying Crypto Easier

News | June 26, 2020 By:

Crypto wallet and payments provider Mercuryo has teamed with Binance, one of the world’s largest crypto exchanges, to allow Binance users to buy crypto with fiat and enjoy minimal transaction fees.

Based in Estonia, Mercuryo is an ecosystem of payment processing solutions that includes a crypto wallet, payment gateway for cryptocurrency exchanges along with an acquiring solution for businesses which enables customers to pay for goods and services using cryptocurrencies. The company has two licenses for providing a virtual currency wallet service and for providing services of exchanging a virtual currency to fiat currency granted by the Estonian government.

The integration of Mercuryo will enable Binance users to buy Bitcoin, Ethereum, Tether and Tron at lowest card processing fees with a large list of fiat currencies and no conversion charges imposed by regional issuing banks. Mercuryo currently supports USD, EUR, RUB, GBP, JPY, KRW, TRY, UAH, and ARS.

“Mercuryo’s mission is to bring digital currencies closer to common Web users and expand the global outreach of digital payment tools. Partnering with Binance, the #1 crypto exchange based on the reported trading volume, is a logical extension of that strategy,” said Petr Kozyakov, co-founder and CBDO at Mercuryo.

In the past months, Mercuryo has partnered with some of the most notable platforms, including Trust Wallet, Bitfinex, OKEx, Bithumb, BTC-Alpha and LATOKEN. The firm is planning to begin issuing Mercuryo Cards that would allow users to pay anywhere with Google Pay and Apple Pay – a feature highly requested by business customers.