The payment processor signed a licensing deal with High Risk Commerce and has seen a high rate of acceptance by HRC’s merchants
Payment processor Technology Inc () recently inked a five-year enterprise licensing deal for its technology with High Risk Commerce LLC.
As the onboarding process begins, High Risk Commerce has promoted ’ enterprise solution to its Independent Sales Organizations and partners.
“The rate of acceptance by merchants in High Risk Commerce's current merchant base demonstrates the demand for cryptocurrency based payment solutions,” said NetCents CEO Clayton Moore in the company’s press release.
NetCents recently inked a reseller agreement with Kubera payments for its cryptocurrency merchant gateway.
Shares of the Vancouver-based company were down slightly to C$1.04 by Friday’s closing bell.
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