Greyp Bikes, an organization based by Croatian innovator and entrepreneur Mate Rimac, has integrated crypto payments into its online billing system. All of its high-tech biking merchandise can now be purchased using 9 different cash due to a partnership with fee processor Paycek.
Greyp Bikes Accepts Cryptocurrencies for Electric Bicycles
Croatia’s Greyp Bikes, which is aiming to rank amongst technological leaders within the biking world, has taken another innovative step. The corporate has launched assist for payments with nine major cryptocurrencies – BTC, ETH, BCH, XLM, XRP, DAI, EOS, USDT, and USDC – by a cooperation with Paycek, the country’s leading crypto payment processor. It recently announced:
Greyp News Everybody! Cryptocurrencies can now be used to buy Greyp bikes instantly.
“Greyp has at all times been on the forefront of technology within the biking world, so this was the following logical step to absorb the additional improvement of the model,” the Sveta Nedelja-based manufacturer of high-performance e-bikes added.
The corporate additionally noted that whereas clients had been in a position to purchase its bikes with cryptocurrency even before the partnership with Paycek, crypto payments have now been streamlined and completely built-in into the web checkout course of at its website, Greyp.com.
Paycek is a platform developed by Croatian fintech startup Electrocoin. The payment processor has already helped different native corporations to begin accepting cryptocurrencies. Over 45 Tifon gas stations throughout Croatia launched crypto funds by Paycek earlier this year while Electrocoin enabled Croatian Post to offer a crypto exchange service at its publish places of work two years in the past.
“The transfer ought to come as no shock to anybody who displays what Livno-born entrepreneur Mate Rimac does in the case of each his automobiles and his bikes,” the Whole Croatia news portal commented in its report on Greyp’s resolution to combine cryptocurrency funds.
The Croatian entrepreneur launched Greyp Bikes in 2013 as a sister firm of Rimac Automobile, a producer of electrical sports cars which he based in 2009. The car company is now partially owned by VW Group’s Porsche and Hyundai. In July, Porsche and Rimac introduced the institution of a joint venture that can incorporate Volkswagen’s high-performance model Bugatti.