5th November 2015 Product Updates Coinify Merchants can now accept 15+ Blockchain Currencies Our team is always on the lookout for new ways to improve our services. We believe that you should have full access to the best of what the blockchain has to offer. This time, we have focused on adding more blockchain currencies, besides bitcoin, to our payment processing platform. With great excitement, we announce that as of today all Coinify Merchants can accept 15+ different blockchain currencies! What does this mean for Merchants? All Coinify merchants have this feature automatically enabled, thus no extra effort is needed from you or your customers. Think of the ways the acceptance of many more different types of blockchain currencies can benefit your business. Bitcoin acceptance made your business more attractive for Bitcoin users, and so can each of the new coins! Supported blockchain currencies Bitcoin (BTC) Counterparty (XCP) Digibyte (DGB) Dogecoin (DOGE) Ether (ETH) Litecoin (LTC) Mastercoin (MSC) Novacoin (NVC) Nubits (NBT) Peercoin (PPC) Reddcoin (RDD) Ripple (XRP) Startcoin (START) StorjX (SJCX) TetherUSD (USDT) * An important criteria in the selection of supported currencies has been that they all maintain a high standard of transactional transparency. We reserve the right to alter this list in case of any currency no longer fits this criteria. ** Please note that this list might be outdated and the latest version can be found at this link. How to accept blockchain currencies? When your customer wants to buy something from you, there are 16 digital currencies to choose from. All they need to do is selecting the one they wish to pay with. In the illustration below, you can see the payment window, as your customers will see it during checkout. Other than the ability to choose the currency, the payment process remains unchanged. Merchants and partners will still continue to receive settlements in euros, dollars, pounds, kroner and other local currencies transferred to their bank account within a few days. Image credits: Coinify You can read more about this announcement at IBTimes, The Paypers, Bitcoin News and here to view the original Press Release.