On August 2, the Atlanta-based crypto payment services provider Bitpay announced that it has expanded its crypto asset support with two different crypto assets. Bitpay revealed the company has integrated apecoin and euro coin into the firm’s platform and the luxury retailer and designer Gucci has announced it will be the first merchant to accept apecoin through Bitpay.
APE and EUROC Now Supported by Bitpay’s Payments Platform, Gucci Becomes the First Merchant to Accept APE via Bitpay’s Services
Bitpay has added two new crypto assets to the company’s payment platform after Bitpay’s payment processor already accepted digital currencies like bitcoin, bitcoin cash, ethereum, xrp, dogecoin, shiba inu, and litecoin.
Alongside those coins, Bitpay supports a few stablecoin assets as well like Circle’s usd coin (USDC).