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New York, NY — Everex is pleased to announce that their Ethereum powered platform now supports USDC stablecoin transactions with direct bank payment gateways in multiple countries through the Everex Wallet.
Fast Bank to Crypto Switch
Having recently acquired a Money Service Business License in the US, Everex’s move to add USDC support comes as the next step towards building a stablecoin-powered payment gateway system to help users with fast and inexpensive conversions between currencies held in bank accounts and the largest global cryptocurrency exchanges. Focusing on retail cryptocurrency players and non-crypto international remittance customers, Everex now offers direct conversion between US Dollars, Euro, or Thai Baht to USDC and vice versa. Once a user obtains USDC, it can then be moved to and from exchanges that support USDC such as Binance, Coinbase, BitMart and many others.
A simple solution for global payments
Everex’s original approach to using stablecoins for cross-border money transfers helps individuals and SMEs send money to relatives in other countries, or conduct business between the US, Europe, and Asia with daily cross-border settlements. Following the integration of USDC into the Everex wallet, users can now perform direct deposits and withdrawals to or from any US bank account via ACH, European IBANs via SEPA, and direct bank transfer or cash deposit through BahtNet, a Thailand-based interbanking payment system. Moving funds between Ethereum addresses only takes a few seconds regardless of the recipient’s location.
Other than USDC, Everex wallet also supports DAI, an algorithmic USD-pegged stablecoin issued by MakerDao, which recently became a popular tool for Decentralized Finance (DeFi), as well as the company’s native token EVX.
More Wallets, More Use Cases
Developed by Circle, a US-based peer-to-peer payments technology company, USDC is among the most notable stablecoins in the market. An ERC-20 coin that is pegged to the ...
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