Finextra has reported that White Label trading platform BlockEx will now be using Secure Trading’s high-performance payment gateway in order to facilitate faster processing of transactions in order to avoid pileups.
The BlockEx trading platform offers a full turnkey solution for brokers to launch their own digital currency exchange, in addition to the industry leading technology, payments processing and support services. The White Label solution is intended to provide top-level forex, financial betting and eGaming operators with a single point to start their businesses. In order to tackle legal issues, the platform also handles AML/KYC requirements, provides expert legal guidance, payments & banking partners and selection of customizable skins.
London-based online payment processing specialists Secure Trading deliver the most secure, efficient, speedy, and fully PCI DSS compliant services to merchants throughout the world. Secure Trading will provide its leading platform to BlockEx to ensure faster processing of payments at peak times. The digital currency company will also receive high liquidity and institutional level HFT from the payments processor.
BlockEx CEO Adam Leonard said, “Secure Trading was really the only option for us when it came to payment processing. The company’s status as an acquirer as well as a payment server provider was highly attractive to us, as were its simplistic on/off-boarding capabilities. And the fact that it operates in all major currencies, which facilitates the trading of digital currency.” Leonard also added “No one else could offer the combination of security, gateway, acquirer relationships and end user experience.”
CCO of Secure Trading Jens Bader commented,
“These are exciting times and to be partnering with such an innovative company from the start shows our commitment in the fin-tech space. These guys have a wealth of experience and are real experts in what they do, and that’s why we were keen to partner with them. We look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship.”