Alchemy Pay expands payment support with partnership

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Fiat-crypto payment gateway Alchemy Pay today announced a partnership with parent processor

The partnership sees Alchemy Pay's on and off-ramp integrate with's Visa and Mastercard channels — with its NFT Checkout also slated to see integration "in the near future" — according to a press release.

Alchemy Pay claims the new integration helps it achieve "one of the highest payment acceptance rates in the industry" while allowing users to buy and sell crypto through the aforementioned card providers.


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"The smooth conversion process facilitated by plays a crucial role in eliminating obstacles to widespread crypto and NFT service adoption, perfectly aligning with Alchemy Pay's mission of bridging the gap between the fiat and crypto global economies," the Singapore-based crypto-fiat payment gateway states.

The new partnership continues a trend of Alchemy Pay partnering with a slew of companies in an effort to expand its reach. It has also aggressively obtained operational licenses in multiple countries, including the United States.

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