PRESS RELEASE. Start of crypto payments Eligma announced that it has recently closed a new financing round of EUR 4 million with a valuation of EUR 50 million. The most recent investment was funded by Roger Ver through Bitcoin.com and was initiated primarily due to Eligma’s ongoing efforts to comply with all regulations.
This regulatory approach has allowed Eligma to connect with the largest processors in the world and through such partnerships to offer a unique combined solution for processing payments (card payments, other digital payments and of course crypto payments). Eligma is about to revolutionize the payment experience in offline retail where additional hardware is no longer required.
Bitcoin.com and Eligma share the common goal of bringing cryptocurrencies into the mainstream and revolutionizing the world of payments with the benefits of the digital age. Eligma has been recognized as one of the most promising startups in the world in this field. With the ability to process any type of payment, a tokenomics model can now also be set up that is associated not only with crypto payments but also with various traditional payments (other than cash). In this way, Eligma could convert part of the fees for cards and digital payments into the GoC token, thus achieving a transition from traditional money to crypto. More on this topic will be announced in the coming weeks.
“The new holistic technology will take the world of payments to a whole new level, where customers can use various fast (and often contactless) payment methods and merchants can benefit from a smooth and hassle-free sales process, regardless of how the payments go to the customer decides to pay – using an all-in-one solution. We will be reporting more on our progress weekly for the next 6 weeks, ”said the Eligma team.
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