Content Shelf, an e-commerce shopping cart platform, has announced its integration with BitPay.
This partnership will enable existing and new clients with the ability to accept Bitcoin as a form of payment for all types of products, including digital, physical, services or subscriptions.
Some of the many benefits of using BitPay and Content Shelf include:
- Affordable Transaction Fees
- No Fraud or Chargebacks
- Accepting Payments from any Country
- Buyers Paying Sellers Directly
Setup is a snap and is easily completed by linking the BitPay API Key to the Content Shelf store within the store settings of the dashboard.
“Content Shelf is once again growing its payment processing partners,” said Art DeVaughn, Director of Business Development. “With our BitPay integration, we are leading the pack within our vertical market.”
Sellers who accept Bitcoin payments with BitPay and sign up today will receive the Content Shelf standard 30-Day Free Trial plus an additional thirty days at no charge. They will also receive over fifty features and V.I.P. Support from the Content Guru Support Team.
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