FrozenCPU Powered by Endpoint to Accept Bitcoin via BitPay

FrozenCPU Powered by Endpoint to Accept Bitcoin via BitPay

BitPay Inc., the world leader in business solutions for virtual currencies, announced today a partnership with FrozenCPU, a supplier of computer modification parts powered by End Point, a full service e-commerce consultancy.

Together BitPay, FrozenCPU, and End Point expand the user experience to make purchases with bitcoins and add another check out option for merchants wanting to accept bitcoin payments. As a new merchant, FrozenCPU continues to provide the world’s largest selection of PC modification supplies while also expanding their payment network.

“The partnership expands Bitcoin knowledge base, while providing FrozenCPU and End Point customers with innovative solutions in bitcoin payment processing,” stated Paige Freeman, BitPay VP of Sales. “Both companies will be a representation of how simple and reliable bitcoin payments can be.”

FrozenCPU provides mining equipment, liquid cooling systems, cases and DIY parts, amongst a wide range of other high-quality technology products now available to over 200 countries through bitcoin. The use of BitPay’s Bitcoin Payment Gateway API provides FrozenCPU with an enterprise-grade payment solution that enables users to make Bitcoin payments easily.

“FrozenCPU.com is extremely excited to partner with BitPay as we seek to expand our payment offerings to customers and businesses alike. As a worldwide leader in computer cooling, with a quickly expanding product niche in cryptocurrency mining equipment, implementing this option is a no-brainer to us," says Mark Friga Jr., CEO and Founder of FrozenCPU.com, Inc.

FrozenCPU is powered by End Point, a full service web development consultancy that builds and supports e-commerce sites on multiple open source platforms. End Point offers expertise in operations, hosting, web development, and e-commerce.

“When FrozenCPU approached us about adding Bitcoin payments to their site utilizing the BitPay service, we were excited to provide the solution. We leveraged our past experiences of integrating with various payment gateways and built a solid solution that fits in with FrozenCPU’s existing processes. The BitPay API is simple to work with and BitPay’s support team was helpful in seeing our project through to completion,” states Ron Phipps, Director of Operations at End Point.

About FrozenCPU

Established in 1999, FrozenCPU has provided computer modifications that pushes the limits of conventional means. The company provides “The World’s Largest Selection of PC Modification Supplies” with an inventory that is constantly expanding globally. FrozenCPU has been there every step of the way, with the rarest parts ready to ship.

FrozenCPU: http://www.frozencpu.com/

About End Point

Established in 1995, End Point is a full service web development company with a team of experts throughout the globe. End Point focuses on building and supporting open source systems and has experience with many languages including Ruby, Python, and Perl.

End Point: http://www.endpoint.com/

About BitPay

BitPay is a Payment Service Provider (PSP) specializing in eCommerce, B2B, and enterprise solutions for virtual currencies.

BitPay: https://bitpay.com/


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