Bidali gets onboard with Enjin Coin

Bidali gets onboard with Enjin Coin

Canadian crypto-payment processor and online gift card retailer, Bidali, has integrated Enjin Coin as a method of payment across its ecosystem.

Online merchants utilising its out-of-the-box online payment software can now accept Enjin Coin. They will also have the option to be paid out in local fiat currency, with their taxes and conversion rates calculated automatically by Bidalii's software.

"Enjin Coin is a fast-moving project with an amazing team and community," says Bidali CEO Eric Kryski. "Their ERC-1155 proposal is a great evolution within the Ethereum token specifications that we feel will undoubtedly increase adoption of blockchain within gaming. We are really excited to connect the Enjin community with brands that resonate and help spread the word about the Enjin ecosystem.

Holders of Enjin Coin can pay with ENJ on Bidali's online gift card store, which includes the likes of Amazon, iTunes, Google Play, Xbox, Playstation and Game Stop.

"Bidali are on the cutting edge of crypto payments. This ambitious team is creating a payment and accounting system that makes it very easy for any online business to accept crypto and receive fiat," says Enjin CEO Maxim Blagov. "For them to kick-start this process by offering gift cards that enable users to purchase goods directly from their favourite brands using Enjin Coin and other cryptocurrencies is a testament to their innovative approach."

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