Serving the Dash community with its unprecedented services, Dash NEXT has announced the news about its strategic partnership with leading crypto-based B2B payment service providing firm, Crypttp. The crucial news was circulated in the crypto world through an official Twitter post by Dash Thailand on their official handle.
In accordance with the official post, the two globally acclaimed firms, Dash NEXT and Crypttp, have joined hands to enhance the network capabilities of their individual ecosystems. The dedicated professionals and the technological expertise of both the leading platforms will help in enhancing the user experience of the global customer base of the two firms. Crypttp will render the Dash community with a seamless interface, which will eventually boost its adoption rate in the global markets.
Established as an efficient platform focused towards the catering of requirements of payment processors, merchants, exchanges, and websites, etc. with an aim to streamline crypto payments. The platform facilitates the integration of crypto wallets to business entities so that they can enjoy quick and simplified payments. The ready-to-use protocol solution assures the users with a secure, transparent, and speedy integration with crypto wallets.
Dash is a fast-expanding digital cash network which has been designed to bring a wider global population under the umbrella of regulated financial services. It bestows the customers with a secure, transparent, safe, and streamlined payment mechanism. The wide range of services offered by the platform allows users from across the globe to enjoy hassle-free access to the payment settlement network.
Recently, Dash introduced the latest version 0.15 of its core desktop wallet solution, which was infused with an array of enhanced and improved tools and features. The newly launched product fostered syncing of new nodes, PrivateSend updates that upgraded the mixing process, and many more. Also, Dash announced the news about its collaboration with BitFxt Exchange to support remittances to Nigeria at a minimal 1% cost.