Cryptocurrencies take over the commerce market – new opportunities or vulnerabilities? K-Merchant!
It’s no secret that volatility is the #1 barrier that faces the implementation of cryptocurrencies. Businesses are not interested in accepting cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin as a deposit because accepting the danger of a speculative property is not always lucrative.
No one is running a company with the goal of losing cash. However, this is no longer a problem with the fresh K-Merchant scheme. For both internet and offline shops, K-merchant provides an easy-to-use POS (Point of Sales) payment scheme.
From now on, retailers and online shops worldwide can use the new crypto payment system for their own purposes. The central element of K-Merchant is the irreversible, booking and certification-secure logging of the payment by the KaratGold blockchain.
A process flow via blockchains is unique, unmistakable and secure. The customer initiates a payment via K-Merchant, the system validates it and the process is completed – irrevocably and without costs.
“K-Merchant is an absolutely secure and transparent payment system due to the blockchain”, summarizes the technical side of K-Merchant its CEO, Harald Seiz. “Everything runs automatically, legally secure and above all quickly: The customer initiates a payment via K-Merchant, the system validates it and the process is completed – irrevocably and without costs. The payments are then credited to the service provider in the twinkling of an eye and irreversibly.”
All payments are completed instantly, in a simple scan. It is secure and safe considering the PCI-DSS compliance and 24/7 fraud monitoring. For the vendors – the platform provides a seamless UX, continuous conversion rate optimization, and an innovative dashboard that gives access to multiple providers and banks with a single integration. Your logo, brand colors can be integrated – making sure you have your own personalized and tailored checkout.
K-Merchant is already live and in partnership with many big names such as: WooCommerce, Magento, PrestaShop, Shopify, WHMCS.