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Here Are Four Bitcoin Cash Payment Processors Worth Checking Out

No one can deny that Bitcoin Cash has become very popular very quickly. Although it remains to be seen if it will overtake Bitcoin, there are a few service providers which think that will happen. Moreover, merchants and retailers can now accept BCH payments with relative ease and at an affordable rate. Below are some of the service providers which offer such functionality as of right now. Always do your own research before signing up with any of these companies, though.

Coinify

Most people will have heard the name Coinify before, but for those who haven’t, allow us to explain. The company specializes in providing merchant services related to various cryptocurrencies. Although the company initially supported Bitcoin, it quickly saw the need for other currencies as well. Over time, it added the likes of Dogecoin, NovaCoin, and most recently, Bitcoin Cash. Additionally, the company offers a Bitcoin trading platform. Coinify charges no fee to accept BCH payments, although there is a small fee for converting to specific fiat payment methods.

GoURL

In the world of cryptocurrency, GoURL has almost become a household name. Although it is not on the same level as some other companies on this list, it does offer some valuable services. The company positions itself as a cryptocurrency payment gateway, mainly for online commerce and file sharing purposes. It is the Bitcoin payment box option which will appeal to retailers looking to accept BCH payments.

More specifically, there are no monthly fees, and transaction fees start at zero. Moreover, users can easily accept Bitcoin and other altcoin payments on their websites. Integrating this service is relatively easy and requires just a few lines of code. It is a welcome addition to the list of service providers which have embraced Bitcoin Cash support in recent months. It’s always good to have multiple options at one’s disposal.

CoinPayments

When it comes to accepting cryptocurrency payments on any website, it’s hard to ignore the service provided by CoinPayments. This particular company made a name for itself by accepting over 100 different currencies as payment. Bitcoin Cash is, of course, one of the currencies supported right now. This makes this platform one of the preferred solutions for any merchant or retailer looking to venture into the world of cryptocurrency right now. All incoming payments are subject to a 0.5% fee, which is more than acceptable.

Rocketr

It seems few people have heard about the services provided by Rocketr, even though the company provides a more than valuable service to the masses right now. Especially when it comes to accepting cryptocurrency payments, Rocketr is quickly making headway. It offers multiple payment options which encompass everything from cryptocurrencies to fiat currencies and even credit cards through Stripe. It is a complete solution for anyone accepting payments online, and it’s good to see them accept Bitcoin Cash as well. There is so much more to cryptocurrency than just Bitcoin these days.

JP Buntinx

JP Buntinx is a FinTech and Bitcoin enthusiast living in Belgium. His passion for finance and technology made him one of the world's leading freelance Bitcoin writers, and he aims to achieve the same level of respect in the FinTech sector.

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