10 / 02 / 17

Aliant Payment Systems in the News

It?s been an exciting few weeks here at Aliant! We recently announced our partnership with BitPay, making us one of the first payment processing companies to offer merchants the ability to accept payments in bitcoin.

Since then, we?ve been excitedly getting our merchants set up with Bitcoin capabilities, and we?ve seen lots of love from some of our favorite industry websites including Bitcoin.com, Digital Transactions, and Finance Magnates, to name a few. In case you missed them, here are some of the articles we were recently featured in:

Why Aliant Payment Systems Is Getting Set To Apply the ISO Model to Bitcoin Acceptance by Digital Transactions

For this article, Digital Transactions Editor-In-Chief John Stewart spoke with our founder and CEO, Eric Brown, to get this thoughts on the future of cryptocurrency payments. Eric is optimistic, and forecasts that Aliant will have anywhere from 300 to 400 merchants signed up for Bitcoin by the end of next year. To read the full article, click here.

Aliant Payment Systems Partners with BitPay to Process Bitcoin Payments by Finance Magnates

In addition to announcing Aliant?s partnership with BitPay, this article explains that with Bitcoin gaining popularity around the world, we are seeing more companies and merchants beginning to accept the cryptocurrency despite its recent volatility. It emphasizes that the payment processing industry has become a highly competitive space, and companies must innovate and offer new products to their merchants and customers. To read the full article, click here.

Aliant Payment Systems Partners with Bitpay, Bringing Bitcoin Mainstream by Bitcoin.com

This article explains how Aliant’s partnership with BitPay brings Bitcoin another step toward garnering more mainstream adoption, and it predicts that as a result of bitcoins?s growth, everyone will continue to see partnerships form between payment gateways and other bitcoin companies. To read the full article, click here.

Interested in learning how bitcoin payouts can work for your company? Click here to get started, or give us a call at 954-678-1072.


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