GoCoin and Ziftr Announce Merger to Grow Payment Processing Platform for Merchants

GoCoin and Ziftr Announce Merger to Grow Payment Processing Platform for Merchants

Global Singapore-based bitcoin payment processing startup and mobile wallet GoCoin has announced that the company is set to proceed with a strategic merger agreement with veteran e-commerce and credit card processing company Ziftr. Together, the two companies will offer a combined payment processing platform specifically targeted to merchants. GoCoin's decision to enter into a merger with Ziftr was greatly influenced by the continuous decline of their bitcoin platform's transaction volumes, GoCoin explained. "With a growing number of marquee brands consistently coming on our platform only....


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