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HashCash to Expand White Label Product Amid Growing Crypto Use

The demand for HashCash Consultants’ white-label crypto payment processor software has increased substantially, according to the worldwide blockchain development firm. The rise is notably notable among retail merchants in the United States. Despite the present market collapse, there is still a lot of interest in crypto assets. HashCash’s white label offering combines cutting-edge blockchain security with fast payment transfer speeds. Over 26 nations now use HashCash’s products, making it a global leader in crypto and blockchain payments.

Why HashCash is expanding   

The white label product enables enterprises to accept digital asset payments over their worldwide merchant network. It also has Pay Now buttons, API integrations to the most popular shopping carts, bitcoin invoicing and tickets, and an account administration interface. A recent poll conducted by Deloitte found that 75% of existing merchants in the United States are planning to integrate cryptocurrency payment systems over the next two years. Therefore, this shows the existing optimism over the digital assets market despite its current challenges.

HashCash CEO, Raj Chowdhury stated, “The potential of crypto across the payment processing domain is undeniable with fractional transaction processing fees and lower chances of error. Scalability concerns will be short-lived with the increasing usage across multiple sectors of the economy.”

Through Blockchain1o1 initiatives and the Satoshi Angels investment arm, HashCash drives technological innovation to new levels. Its platforms, products, and services provide solutions in the areas of artificial intelligence, big data, and the Internet of Things (IoT). HashCash has made a significant contribution to Brazil and the United Arab Emirates’ rapid crypto revolution. Keen to leverage on that success, it has recently announced expansion plans in India and Dubai. Additionally, the company manages PayBito, a digital asset exchange with offices in the United States.