CheapAir & New Bitcoin Payment Processor Partnership
Online travel organization Cheapair reported that they renewed ticket buys with Bitcoins after an uncertain termination of such operations a couple of days prior.
Until July thirteenth the organization worked with Coinbase as an installment and payment processor, anyway they needed to suspend BTC transactions after an episodes of troubles that terminated with Coinbase ceasing its assistance.
CheapAir is a standout amongst the most well known travel agencies inside the crypto network. The services it offers, the likelihood of cost comparison and the quick preparing of crypto payments make it a significant contender to different organizations, both crypto and fiat-based.
According to the official Press Release, Jeff Klee, CheapAir CEO declared that after conflicts with Coinbase, an organization they had worked with since 2013, they had gone into another strategic cooperation with BTCPayServer.
Despite the fact that he conceded that he was uninformed of the presence of this BTC Payment Processor, he expressed gratitude toward the network for suggesting it.
As indicated by Mr. Klee, ChapAir can exploit a few vital features offered by BTCPayServer, which will enhance both the service and the client experience:
“Not only does BTCPayServer enable us to circumvent BitPay’s controversial BIP-70 wallet requirement, but, after the Coinbase situation, we find it really liberating to no longer be dependent on a third party. We now have much more control of the process, which has made possible faster, more efficient order processing. We can also do a much better job of gracefully handling the occasional anomalies that are still inherent in crypto commerce. Many, many thanks to Nicolas Dorier, Predrag T, and the other BTCPayServer contributors; you’ve built a truly great product.”