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Flexa and Aurus Collaborate to Bring Instant, Fraud-Proof Digital Currency Payments to Merchants

Banking CIO Outlook | Monday, May 24, 2021

Utilizing Flexa, merchants connected to Aurus can now opt in to seamlessly accept any of the digital currencies supported on the Flexa network, including cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC), Ether (ETH), and Dogecoin (DOGE).

FREMONT, CA: Flexa, the global leader in pure-digital payments, has declared that it has partnered with Aurus, a unified payments platform, to bring digital currency payments to retailers around the globe.

Utilizing Flexa, merchants connected to Aurus can now opt in to seamlessly accept any of the digital currencies supported on the Flexa network, including cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC), Ether (ETH), and Dogecoin (DOGE). The Flexa network will be able to accept payments from a wide range of retailer sectors, including specialty retail, department stores, health and beauty, grocery, automobile, QSR, and fine dining, thanks to Aurus' comprehensive payments solution. Best of all, merchants who accept these types of payments through Flexa are protected against fraud or failure from the moment they are approved at no additional cost.

"Enabling friction-free omni-commerce and providing efficient access to alternative payment methods is core to AurusPay's unified payments platform. Our partnership with Flexa provides merchants with usability and reliability for digital currency acceptance, and helps retailers realize the full power and promise of crypto," stated Rahul Mutha, Founder, and CEO of Aurus.

Retailers accepting Flexa with AurusPay not only benefit from the reduced overhead of this new form of payments but also expand their reach to access incremental, digitally savvy customers. "We're thrilled to launch our partnership with Aurus," stated Trevor Filter, co-founder of Flexa. "Aurus's comprehensive platform is best-in-class, and now enables turnkey access to digital currency payments for even more buyers and sellers around the world."

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