Ledger, the leading hardware wallet producer, said it allows online customers to pay using a wallet app from Crypto.com payment.
The firm has chosen to accept payment via Crypto.com’s application in Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), XRP, Litecoin (LTC), and Crypto.com Coin (CRO), according to company’s announcement. Ledger has not allowed its customers to pay with crypto for the first time. Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum and XRP are already accepted via their crypto-payment processor, Bitpay.
Bonus and Cashback
The two companies signed a memorandum of understanding back in December 2018, which was meant to allow Ledger’s customers to purchase digital currency products using the Crypto.com service.
In a separate announcement, Ledger indicated that the first 20 users who make a purchase using this new payment method will also receive a limited edition of Crypto.com Ledger Nano S. Users who purchase Ledger hardware wallets using Crypto.com from now until May 31 will also have access to 10 per cent cashback. This offer is capped at € 50 per purchase in CRO, they note.
Blockchain’s Use in Payments
Payments for blockchain technology are among the most important use cases. However, Crypto is used less often for direct payments than some might suspect. As reported earlier in mid-March, less than 1 per cent of Australians used cryptocurrencies last year to pay for services.
Bakkt, a major cryptocurrency firm, announced also in March a new integration of direct payments that allows customers to pay for Starbucks ‘coffee with bitcoin.
Cryptolydian reported earlier in March,
The latest version will be available on Apple Store and Google Play Store.
The solution will include a variety of attractive features, such as swap of BTC/USDT, low exchange rate and low swap prices.