Guarda the multi-asset cryptocurrency maker has announced a new partnership with Simplex, the leading fiat infrastructure in for the crypto world. The new deal is to ensure seamless transition from fiat to digital assets such as Ethereum.
With the development, users of the Guarda wallet will conveniently purchase crypto using their credit cards without recourse to any exchanges before having the asset credited to their Guarda wallet.
Speaking on the collaboration, the Guarda CMO, Maria Carola stated that the synergy between the two companies is aimed at bridging the gap between digital assets and traditional currencies.
Thanks to our partner @SimplexCC, we are enabling simple onboarding for those willing to step into the #Crypto space.— Guarda (@GuardaWallet) February 27, 2020
Buy @ethereum in a few easy steps within your non-custodial wallet on Guarda.
Check out the newest $ETH purchase tutorial here: pic.twitter.com/5qfHqBHVeW
Guarda presently supports more than 45 digital currencies and thousands of tokens. It also features exchange functions enabling users to transact or swap one asset for another. The platform has continued to attract users because it enables them to manage all their assets in one interface.
Simplex last week announced that it has commenced support for Dash. The platform has been getting attention from cryptocurrency networks due to its global spread and easy integration with merchants.
According to the Simplex site: By integrating Simplex’s credit card processing solution, global mainstream users can buy and deposit funds in crypto exchanges while benefiting from a familiar e-commerce experience. As a result, merchants profit from additional business at zero risk.
“Partnering with Simplex, a leading credit card payment processing company, is an incredibly exciting opportunity for Dash,’
said Ryan Taylor, CEO of Dash Core Group.
“Thanks to their advanced fraud detection capabilities, Simplex’s clients include some of the largest platforms in the industry.”
More currencies, more coins. $DASH is now on Simplex!https://t.co/q5CJ4f8arL pic.twitter.com/4Mxh2z8cRX— Simplex (@SimplexCC) February 20, 2020