Croatian e-bike company Greyp Bikes integrates cryptocurrency payments
Greyp Bikes, a company founded by the innovator and Croatian entrepreneur Mate Rimac, has integrated encrypted payments into its online billing system. All of its high-tech cycling products can now be purchased with nine different parts through a partnership with payment processor Paycek.
Greyp Bikes accepts cryptocurrencies for its electric bikes
Greyp Bikes in Croatia, which aims to rank among the technological leaders in the world of cycling, has taken a new step forward The company introduced payment support with nine major cryptocurrencies - BTC , target ETH , BCH , XLM , XRP , DAI, EOS , USDT , and USDC - through cooperation with Paycek, the country's leading crypto payment processor. He recently announced :
"Greyp has always been at the cutting edge of technology in the world of cycling, it isThis isn't the next logical step in the further development of the brand, ”added Sveta Nedelja-based high-performance e-bike maker.
The company also noted that if customers had been able to buy his bikes with cryptocurrency even before the partnership with Paycek, crypto payments have now been streamlined and fully integrated into the online payment process on his website, Greyp.com.
Paycek is a platform developed by the Croatian fintech startup Electrocoin. The payment processor has already helped other local businesses start accepting cryptocurrencies. Over 45 Tifon petrol stations across Croatia introduced crypto payments via Paycek earlier this year while Electrocoin activated The Croatian Post will offer a service of 'crypto exchange at its post offices two years ago.
"The move Shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone watching what Livno-born entrepreneur Mate Rimac does with regards to both his cars and his car. is bicycles, ”commented the Total Croatia information portal in its report on Greyp 's decision to integrate cryptocurrency payments.
The Croatian entrepreneur launched Greyp Bikes in 2013 as a sister company of Rimac Automobili, an electric sports car manufacturer he founded in 2009. The automotive company is now partly owned by Porsche and Hyundai of the VW group. In July, Porsche and Rimac announced the creation of a joint venture that will integrate the high-performance brand of Volkswagen Bugatti.
The integration of cryptocurrencies by Greyp is not the only such example in the cycling industry. British company Toba Electric Bikes, which retail electric bikes made by Spanish brand BH, introduced support for BTC and BCH payments, and in 2019, published its own utility token in conjunction with the SLP centric trading platform Cryptophyl.
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