Spend Crypto Wallet joins the Microsoft Partner Network for Payments-as-a-Service (PaaS)

Spend is now a Microsoft Partner. The announcement was made through the official Spend site on the Medium blogging platform. As a result, the multi-currency crypto wallet will use the Microsoft Partner Network to provide a cloud-based Payments-as-a-Service (PaaS) solution for crypto and fiat currencies. The solution will be accessible through the Spend SDK.

The Spend SDK enables companies to design and implement custom cloud-based solutions that can support many blockchain payment platforms. It also leverages the strong connections offered by Spend Business.

As of now, businesses find it hard to work with conventional financial institutions to enable blockchain-based startups to provide services that bridge the gap between the fiat money system and digital currencies. The Spend team is confident that the fintech space will develop significantly in the near future. The Spend SDK will assist startups in realizing their goals by leveraging established connections.

The Spend SDK is driven by Spendcoins. These coins enable enterprises to access multiple services, including white-label wallets, white-label debit cards, white-label exchanges, white-label payment services, and many more. Each company can pay or redeem the services mentioned above using Spendcoins. It is worth noting that the SDK exclusively accepts Spendcoins.


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