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Crypto Payment Processor BitPay Now Started Accepting Stablecoins.

BitPay – A U.S. based crypto payment processor has started processing stablecoins, in line with a recent official announcement published. The corporate would now permits its merchants to receive settlements in Gemini bucks [GUSD] and Circle USD Coin [USDC].

Founded back in the year 2011 in Atlanta, Georgia, BitPay provides payment services with Bitcoin [BTC] along with Bitcoin Cash [BCH] with a client base of over 20,000 businesses world-wide.

GUSD and USDC are Ethereum [ETH] based blockchain stablecoins issued by regulated crypto exchanges Gemini and Circle. The worth of every coins is tied to the worth of the USD at a ratio of  1:1, that supposedly reduces the chance of volatility.

While stating in an official web blog post, BitPay mentioned that the stablecoins offer merchants to receive settlements in any a part of the globe though even they don’t have a bank accounts, since the coins exist on borderless blockchains. BitPay claims to issue settlement for GUSD and USDC within twenty four hours when a merchant gets a sufficient settlement balance of 20 USDC.

Even last month, BitPay’s CCO ‘Sonny Singh’ said that crypto markets are currently on the edge of a brand new stage of progress, which needs a definite “defining moment,” or a “catalyst.” Adding further Singh said that altcoins “will never come back” to their previous levels, whereas predicting that Bitcoin [BTC] would rebound by the next year.

Crypto exchange ‘OKEx’ proclaimed the listings of 4 stablecoins today namely TrueUSD [TUSD], USD Coin [USDC], Gemini USD [GUSD], along with Paxos Standard Token [PAX]. As per the schedule, the stablecoins support for deposits would proceed from today i.e from, at 05:00 p.m. Hong Kong Time [HKG], with several crypto commercialism pairs. Withdrawal are out there beginning from 16th Oct.

Today, Tether [USDT] witnessed a big downfall in its value, that was commercialism below its historical commercialism range. However, the exact reasons for the Tether [USDT] downfall aren’t still confirmed, but there are reports of an alleged loss of market trust resulting in a attainable sell-off.

At press time, Tether [USDT] seems to recovering from its looses as its currently trading at a price of around $0.977 USD which is 0.36% lower than yesterday.

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