Coinzone is one of the leading European Bitcoin payment processors today announced the launch of its merchant payment services in Poland.
Requiring no subscriptions or monthly fees, Coinzone’s fully compliant payment services will simplify the process of using and accepting Bitcoin for Polish businesses.
Manuel Heilmann, CEO and Co-Founder of Coinzone commented:
“Coinzone’s payment gateway offers multiple advantages for merchants. Quick and easy to use and requiring no special hardware, our solutions offer a simple and secure way to accept Bitcoin with no associated risk. What’s more, Coinzone isn’t just for online retailers – it’s just as easy for merchants to start accepting in-store payments too.”
The customized payment solution incorporates market-specific language and payment processing sites that give merchants the option of settlement in their local currency, the Polish Zloty.
The Coinzone platform features easy-to-install plug-ins for dozens of popular e-commerce platforms including Magento, osCommerce, Prestashop, WooCommerce and X-Cart. The payment processor also allows merchants to accept Bitcoin at the point-of-sale, while mobile payments are enabled through Android and iOS apps.
The launch of the new Coinzone service makes it possible for freelancers, online merchants and businesses – like coffee shops and taxi drivers – in Poland to tap into a burgeoning Bitcoin community that is ready and eager to spend the currency on the high street.
“Europe represents one of the fastest growing markets for merchants adopting Bitcoin. As the currency becomes increasingly mainstream, it’s changing the way people think about digital money. At Coinzone we’re committed to ensuring businesses across Europe are able to participate in this exciting new payment method – with a dynamic and highly functional solution that’s fully compliant to the local market they operate within.”
Coinzone’s launch in Poland marks the next stage in the company’s ongoing European expansion. These last few months Coinzone has opened its doors for business in the UK and Czech Republic and additional new markets are almost ready to open before the end of 2015.