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July 20, 2018, 01:53:12 PM

Hi all!

Long story short - we are two guys working in fintech, who wrote a year ago an API for merchants to issue cryptocurrency orders with amount in fiat, receive payments in cryptocurrencies and then get your money to your bank account. Our services are free for merchants, we just add 2-3% to the exchange rate to cover possible volatility.

After extended period of hickups (regulation, banks, SEPA, again regulation, than taxation, AML, and SEPA again) we developed a successor to our service - crypto invoicing, that allows you to do the same as above but with PDF invoice in the middle. The service is actually a request from our legal partners - a lot of their clients want to pay their bills in Bitcoin, but the don't want to process it. Currently, we are tinkering a POS system and looking forward to accept more than one currency (EUR for now) and more than one cryptocurrency (BTC for now).

Long story short, we now feel it's time to present our service to bitcointalk's society, hoping it's never too late ) What do you think about this approach, is fiat-to-crypto invoicing a needed service or not?)
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