It seems that Crypto.com is not planning to stop expanding the availability of its services.
Crypto.com, a Singapore-based cryptocurrency exchange platform founded in 2016, is planning to embed Google Pay as a payment method in its app.
The Google Pay method will allow Android users to buy more than 250 cryptocurrencies. The only condition is that the user would have his account set up to their debit or credit card.
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Firstly, users will need to enter the app and press “trade”. Afterward, the investor should tap “buy” and select its cryptocurrency of choice. With this update, when entering the “cash” portion of the trade, users will be able to choose Google Pay as a payment method.
By implementing this update, Crypto.com seeks to make the platform more user-friendly. It will help Android users to save time and ensure transaction safety.
The news broke just around a month after Crypto.com announced the launch of Apple Pay on their website and app. Although currently this function is available only for US citizens, the company is planning to expand this payment method worldwide.
Moreover, back in May, Crypto.com was integrated into the Shopify system. This allowed for almost two million Shopify users to pay with crypto and save money on cash-final settlement fees.
Crypto.com is not the first crypto exchange to embed Google Pay as a payment method. In April of 2021, Gemini launched this feature, as well as Coinbase, which allowed investors to use their Coinbase Card to set up Google Pay and pay for their goods.
Overall, Crypto.com has been actively expanding and establishing itself in the crypto world. On July 22, the company announced the approval to provide crypto services in Cyprus. Before then, Crypto.com was allowed to do that in Italy, Singapore, Dubai, and Greece.