BigCommerce, a prominent software service solution provider for merchants, on September 15 announced a partnership with BitPay and CoinPayments, two cryptocurrency payment platforms.
As a result of the ternary agreement, tens of thousands of businesses that utilise BigCommerce’s services should be able to accept and handle cryptocurrency transactions.
Due to the integration of Bitpay and CoinPayments services, businesses will now be able to receive the most well-known cryptocurrencies, including Ethereum (ETH), Bitcoin (BTC), Dogecoin (DOGE), and Shiba Inu (SHIB), respectively.
This is a great advancement for both cryptocurrencies and cryptocurrency start-ups, which are progressively being accepted as a form of payment by a variety of companies.
People will be able to pay for the products and services of tens of thousands of stores in numerous nations on BigCommerce.
For instance, BigCommerce lists firms like Vodafone, American Apparel, and Reebok as its clients. There are several specific markets for various goods and interests among merchants.
Dogecoin to be used as a payment method by more and more businesses
While DOGE is gaining acceptance from more businesses and establishing itself as a legitimate payment option, the legal debate around cryptocurrencies is gaining momentum.
The $258 billion lawsuit against Elon Musk and his companies over the alleged DOGE pump was revealed last week with the addition of six new defendants, including Musk’s The Boring Company, and seven new investor plaintiffs.
Jackson Palmer, a co-founder of Dogecoin, joined the criticism of the eccentric billionaire and charged Musk with using the cryptocurrency community to build his own cult of personality.
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