Cryptocurrency payment system PumaPay has announced today that credit card processing and online payments company PayFinder has committed to adopting PumaPay’s crypto billing solution.
Payfinder will implement PumaPay’s cryptocurrency payment and billing solution, including accepting crypto payments in PumaPay (PMA) tokens. With over a decade of experience in the payments field, Payfinder has developed a payment platform that dynamically optimizes every stage of the payment cycle based on advanced business rules. With a trusted global network of nearly 200 partners committed to connecting businesses to optimal providers, Payfinder will facilitate PumaPay’s growth and adoption of its crypto payment system.
“At Payfinder, we specialize in providing custom-made payment solutions to eCommerce sites supporting a broad range of payment methods while assuring highly competitive processing rates. We are excited to partner with PumaPay and are looking forward to being able to offer payments in crypto. It adds another dimension to our payment solution.”
“We are pleased to have another strong company on board which has committed to adopting PumaPay’s PullPayment protocol. Payfinder is a great addition to our crypto community and will facilitate the usability of our solution.”
Payfinder is a payment service provider and gateway technology platform. A fully operating and registered PSP (with Visa and MasterCard), Payfinder specializes in providing custom-made payment solutions to eCommerce sites supporting a broad range of payment methods. Using its own gateway technology (PCI DSS level 1 certified) and with a global network that spans across dozens of banks, Payfinder enables eCommerce websites to accept a broad range of electronic payment methods ranging from credit card payments to multiple bank-based electronic payments (direct debit, bank transfer, and real-time bank transfer).
PumaPay, the blockchain-based billing solution supports recurring payments on the Ethereum network. PumaPay allows businesses to charge customer accounts directly based on pre-agreed terms. Depending on the type of contract, merchants will be able to pull funds from their wallet on a weekly, bi-weekly, monthly or yearly basis. Future iterations of the PullPayment Protocol will support a wider range of billing scenarios, such as top-up and utility payments.