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B2BinPay Partners with Ledger to Bring Special Branded Hardware Wallets to Its Clients

Thu, 07/20/2023 - 07:15
B2BinPay Partners with Ledger to Bring Special Branded Hardware Wallets to Its Clients
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B2BinPay, one of the leading cryptocurrency processing firms, has teamed with the asset’s global platform Ledger to provide customers exclusive access to specially branded Ledger Nano X wallets bearing the B2BinPay branding.

This offer is available to newly onboarded merchants and business clients, as well as current loyal customers, as a way to thank them for their continuing support.

To secure their device, these customers will receive unique promo codes from B2BinPay, which they can enter on the dedicated partnership page of Ledger's official website. Only 1000 units in total are available as a part of the limited offer.

Why Ledger?

Ledger is renowned for its cutting-edge security protocols, streamlined asset management processes, and transparent transaction system. Their products are specifically engineered to safeguard the private keys associated with various digital currencies offline.

The new cooperation with Ledger will provide B2BinPay customers access to cutting-edge crypto storage options, resulting in more safe and efficient asset management solutions.

About B2BinPay

B2BinPay is a top-tier cryptocurrency payment platform designed to enable secure and cost-effective transactions between businesses. It supports an extensive range of digital assets and provides the ability to convert payments into fiat, stablecoin, or crypto.

Through its strategic collaboration with Ledger, B2BinPay has further reinforced its dedication to delivering secure and up-to-date crypto asset management services, keeping abreast of the swift advancements within the FinTech industry.


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