GMA/BitPay have teamed up to develop a payment platform for BitPay, the popular bitcoin payment processor, that will allow merchants to accept bitcoin payments.
The announcement comes after GMA and BitPays CEO and co-founder Anthony Noto announced a collaboration with Coinbase earlier this year.
The partnership allows merchants to use GMAPay as their payment processor and will enable merchants to integrate GMA with their existing payment platform, with the option to create their own.
It also makes GMApay the first digital currency payment processor to integrate BitPay.GMAPay will be the first payment processor for Bitpay.
This is an ambitious project.
While GMA is the largest payment processor in the world, it is a bit underserved for the type of payments BitPay’s customers are interested in.
There are currently only around 1,000 merchants accepting bitcoin.
This means that many merchants will not be able to accept GMA Payments, unless they already have a customer base in the payments business.
GMA, for example, has only around 200 merchants accepting Bitcoin.GDAPay also allows for merchants to leverage the GMA API to integrate their payment service into BitPay itself, so that they can support BitPay with merchants who already use GAMAPay, as well as merchants who have a business relationship with GMA.GAMAPay is a fully integrated platform.
GDAPay offers both an open API, which allows users to build their own payment solutions and integrate it with GAMA, as a payment processor or as an integrated payment solution with a BitPay merchant.
It will allow businesses to quickly integrate payment solutions with GDA, and also leverage the BitPay platform for payment solutions that are built by merchants using GAMA.
The platform also allows merchants who want to create an integrated solution to choose which payment solution to integrate with BitPay directly.
For merchants who choose to use the GAMA platform, the platform will offer a single dashboard, which lets them easily manage and manage all of their payment options and their payment gateway.
For merchants who do not want to use any platform, merchants will be able integrate with GAMIPay, a merchant API.GAMIPay has been working with BitPasses payment processor Coinbase to build a payment service that allows merchants the ability to accept Bitcoin.
The GAMI Payment Platform is expected to launch in Q1 2019.
Coinbase’s payment platform will provide merchants with an integrated platform for accepting Bitcoin, as opposed to GAMA or other payment solutions, allowing merchants to be more flexible in the payment options they choose to accept.
This integration will allow the merchant to take advantage of the increased visibility and convenience of using the Bitpay platform.
Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong told TechCrunch in an interview that Coinbase is working closely with GEMAPay to help integrate the BitPayers payment solution, and to allow merchants the flexibility to choose payment options for GAMA Payments.
Armstrong also noted that the Bitpasses payment service has a wide variety of integrations with existing BitPay solutions, and it will be easy for merchants who use the BitPlus payment solution as well to choose the payment option that best suits their business.GEMAPay and BitPlus are also working on a payment gateway that will enable BitPay merchants to allow their customers to send payments from BitPay accounts to BitPay users’ BitPay-enabled accounts.
BitPay is currently the only payment gateway on GEMA.