Digital Currency Exchange Cryptsy Inc. Partners With To Facilitate Altcoin Trading

Digital Currency Exchange Cryptsy Inc. Partners With To Facilitate Altcoin Trading

Cryptsy is dedicated to mediating digital currency trades amongst peers; DebitWay is dedicated to helping eMerchants reach as many users worldwide as possible. It is a perfect match.

The Montreal, Quebec based alternative payment service provider,, continues to grow it portfolio of Bitcoin and digital currency partners. joins Expresscoin, QuadrigaCX and CoinRNR as digital currency enterprises that have looked to to help expand their businesses into the Canadian market and beyond., who has successfully partnered with Remittance, Social Gaming and Telecom online merchants over the years, has recently widened its focus to include the Bitcoin (Digital Currency) industry. With a 10 year track record of providing payment processing to electronic merchants (eMerchants) in high risk sectors, appears to be the go to destination for Bitcoin businesses who are seeking to grow.

Delray Beach, Florida based is the latest cryptocurrency enterprise to partner with Founded on May 20th, 2013,’s rapid growth has seen meteoric rises in both customer base and total online trades to the tune of 230,000 registered users and over 300,000 trades per day. With a user friendly website interface, a strong presence in social media and a reputed 150 different types of crypto-currency available for trade,’s expansion should come as no surprise to those in the Bitcoin world. “We set out to make it safe and easy for users to trade digital currency. Our success and growth is a direct indication that people are interested and passionate about the future of coinage” Attests Cryptsy CEO Paul Vernon.

By offering’s Payment solution, continues to adhere to its mission statement: To provide a safe environment for users to trade crypto-currencies with other users as efficiently as possible. The inclusion of IOP ensures that members can transact with impunity, bereft of any identify theft threat.

“One of the beautiful things about IOP is that no personal information is ever transmitted over the internet” States Senior Software Developer Jonathan Arias who goes on to add that “any information transmitted across the DebitWay server is encrypted and is protected with the best encryption software in the industry – SSL” The partnership between and will allow Canadian crypto-currency enthusiasts to transact with Cryptsy on their on terms and in their own currency, allowing the Altcoin trader to expand its growing number of registered users.’s IOP is the ideal first step towards international direct debit transactions. With IOP firmly in tow, can now look to DebitWay’s Direct Debit Transfer (DDT) in order to secure worldwide real-time cash transactions in the hopes of allowing people from all walks of life to trade digital currencies amongst each other. “Cryptsy is dedicated to mediating digital currency trades amongst peers; DebitWay is dedicated to helping eMerchants reach as many users worldwide as possible. It is a perfect match” Contends Director of Business Development & Production, Rod Tomita.


Headquartered in Montreal, Canada, since 2004, DebitWay continues to be one of the leading Payment Service Providers in the world, as well as a Certified Payment Provider of INTERAC® Online Payment (IOP) solution in Canada. DebitWay merchant partners continue to benefit of being able to accept bank payments in real-time instantly.


Related News

Cryptsy Funds Have Moved To A Bittrex Wallet

With the investigation into Cryptsy still underway right now, it seems odd one of the exchange’s altcoin wallet addresses has a declining balance. To be more precise, someone noted how the Cryptsy Unobtanium wallet has been sending funds to Bittrex, where a major dump of the digital currency took place. So far, the Bittrex team remains tightlipped regarding the incident. Cryptsy Funds On The Move. By the look of things, someone has been moving Unobtanium funds from a Cryptsy wallet over to the Bittrex exchange. Based on various Twitter reports – which are always subject to interpretation –....

Cryptsy Deal with Hackers Looks Like a Ruse

Moreover, Cryptcracker has agreed to return the funds in exchange for a 13% bounty, which will add up to roughly 2,000 Bitcoin. That is still a very significant amount of “clean” money to deal with after such a major breach, albeit it pales in comparison to the funds controlled by this person right now. What is particularly worrying is how this announcement makes no mention about the addresses where this fund is being kept. Cryptsy used to be one of the more prominent Bitcoin and altcoin exchanges in the realm of digital currency, even though there have always been minor issues with the....

Cryptsy in disarray

The popular cryptocurrency trading site has been having some noticeable issues these past few hours. Users of Cryptsy have been reporting negative balances, frozen transfers, suspended withdrawals. Speculation is that a recent update is causing the issues. Cryptsy is aware of the issues, but no official statement has been released yet. Who's been hit? I spoke to BlackDogeOfWallSt, one of the developers of (BCP), which has probably been the hardest-hit community from Cryptsy's problems. BCP has had to delay their payments due to the problems. BCP's payouts have....

USD markets coming to cryptsy

It looks like Cryptsy, one of the biggest altcoin exchanges will be introducing it's new USD markets soon. The exchange has been around since early 2013, and the announcement of the USD markets is not really something new. We knew that those markets were going to arrive someday thanks to cryptsy's cryptostock. The teaser. In October 2013, the exchange issued shares that were sold through the crowd funding platform of There Cryptsy would look for the money of potential investors with the promise to pay monthly dividends based on the exchange's fees. As mentioned in the....

Cryptsy Founder Paul Vernon on Worthy Altcoins, Pre-Mining and Compliance

Florida-based exchange Cryptsy trades in over 130 cryptocurrencies, and cryptocurrencies alone. There are no government-denominated currency trading pairs on the exchange. At least, not yet. Cryptsy regularly exceeds 2,300 BTC in volume on a 24-hour basis. That makes it the largest crypto-to-crypto exchange, at which people routinely trade altcoins for bitcoin, and vice versa. So, where did the idea of a cryptocurrency-only altcoin exchange come from? How does Cryptsy decide to add new coins? And will the company take compliance seriously when it adds fiat into its enormous mix of digital....