Bybit has partnered with Mercuryo, a European ecosystem of payment processing solutions.
The fiat onramps provided by Mercuryo has been integrated into the Bybit Fiat Gateway, enabling Bybit traders to purchase crypto directly with a credit/debit card using local fiat currencies at one of the lowest fee rates on the market.
Mercuryo’s fiat solution supports Russian ruble, Ukrainian hryvnia, US dollar, euro, British pound sterling and Turkish lira. Supported cryptocurrencies include Bitcoin, Ether, and Tether. Furthermore, Mercuryo supports local languages and provides in-language support for English and Russian.
Bybit and Mercuryo are aligned on the vision of providing a safe, seamless and user-friendly experience that is mass adoption ready. Security, speed, reputation, low commissions and localized in-language customer support are the key aspects that have made Mercuryo the right fiat-to-crypto partner for Bybit.said Ben Zhou, co-founder and CEO of Bybit.
Mercuryo is one of the first cryptocurrency services to comply with PCI DSS international information security standards adopted by major payment systems such as Visa, Mastercard and AMEX. This ensures safe card payments and protection of sensitive customer data.
“We are proud to support Bybit in its work to make crypto deposit easier for everyone. The opportunity to work with one of the world’s largest and fastest growing cryptocurrency exchanges is a partnership that we’ve been eager to take on. The resulting onramps to Bybit Fiat Gateway will make buying and trading crypto far easier for customers hailing from Russia and the CIS region”,explained Mercuryo CBDO and co-founder Petr Kozyakov.
Mercuryo is also going rapidly to increase service features for the African, Latin American and Asian regions. It means that Mercuryo is planning to add local customer support services and more local fiats in the near future for Bybit users.
The partnership between Mercuryo and Bybit became possible thanks to the comittment of both parties to simplify crypto for newcomers. The representatives of Mercuryo and Bybit appreciate the efforts of the developers from both sides.
Be sure: This is only the beginning. Stay tuned!