Mercuryo expands crypto asset offering through Fireblocks integration


    Mercuryo, a cryptopowered global payments solution, has integrated Fireblocks, an award-winning provider of enterprise-grade digital asset custody, transfer and settlement technology.

    Leveraging Fireblocks’ battle-tested technology, this milestone integration will allow Mercuryo to offer over 3 million end-users and 200+ business partners secure access to new and popular cryptocurrencies and blockchains.

    Centralised exchanges to DeFi wallets now have the opportunity to access a vast array of currencies thanks to this product integration. This integration will also become available as part of Mercuryo’s Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) offering, enabling crypto-native companies to integrate built-in bank accounts into their platforms.

    This integration with Fireblocks allows Mercuryo to enable their partners to offer the most popular digital assets, the most cost-effective settlement solutions and accelerate the transition to Web3 with a seamless connection between fiat and crypto. “Thanks to the integration with Fireblocks, we quickly integrated a number of new digital assets into Mercuryo On- and Off-Ramp, Pay in & Pay out products. This allowed us to provide partners more flexibility, improving the end-user experience and increasing transaction volumes” – explained Omar Ben Hachme, Product Lead at Mercuryo.

    “Mercuryo provides a critical service in the healthy growth of the digital asset industry — secure and dependable one and off ramps for crypto native businesses,” said Jonathan Dakin, Head of EMEA at Fireblocks. “It has established itself as a leader and innovator in bringing BaaS to the crypto industry and we’re proud to support their work in making B2B payments easier with blockchain technologies.”

    Fireblocks also provides a simple way for Mercuryo to add support for new assets to their product as needed and requested.

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