Why Galileo’s New Cryptocurrency API Doesn’t Need Customers—For Now
May 8, 2018
Galileo’s founder and CEO, Clay Wilkes, recently talked with PaymentsSource about the launch of Galileo’s global cryptocurrency API solution that bridges the gap between cryptocurrencies and mainstream payments.
The first-of-its-kind cryptocurrency API enables real-time funds transfers at the point of sale and makes cryptocurrencies readily usable.
Galileo’s cryptocurrency solution enables customers to seamlessly deposit funds denominated in cryptocurrencies to their accounts, and spend those funds with the ease and immediacy they’re accustomed to when using payments cards or mobile applications.
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