Galileo Cryptocurrency API Overview
March 29, 2018
Learn how Galileo’s solution is bridging the gap between cryptocurrencies and mainstream payments
Galileo's Cryptocurrency API integrates cryptocurrencies with mainstream payments, providing the foundation for companies to build cryptocurrency solutions.
Using the Galileo Cryptocurrency API, developers can quickly and easily create applications that bridge the gap between cryptocurrencies and payments.
Companies can enable their customers to seamlessly deposit funds denominated in cryptocurrencies to their accounts and spend those funds with the ease and immediacy they are accustomed to when using their payments cards or apps.
Learn more about how the Galileo Cryptocurrency API works.
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