MANGOPAY, the payment solution for marketplaces, crowdfunding platforms and collaborative economy players, has announced that it is strengthening its offering by accepting seven further currencies and new functionalities.
The new user-friendly features include:
- Seven new currencies which are the British pound, American dollar, Swiss franc, Polish zloty, Norwegian, Swedish and Danish krone.
- In-app payment using card ‘tokenisation’.
- New open source development kits to make integration easier e.g. PHP, Python, Ruby and Java.
Céline Lazorthes, CEO, MANGOPAY and Leetchi.com, said, “I’m proud to announce that MANGOPAY is now compatible with a wide range of currencies. This was an essential requirement for many of our international clients which we needed to meet. When I created Leetchi.com in 2009, I dreamt of having this kind of solution in my hands.”
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