Cubits and Softswiss Partner Up to Bring Bitcoin into the Mainstream
Bitcoin casino platform provider SoftSwiss has recently partnered with Europe-based Bitcoin exchange and payment platform Cubits to strengthen the services provided by each. As an initial union, Cubits will now handle payments for some of Softswiss’ online casinos such as Bitstarz, Betchain, and Princess Star.
This is a promising start for Cubits, which is still in the initial phase of establishing its name as an efficient and reliable partner of everything Bitcoin. One of the primary aims of the company is to open opportunities in Europe, where it can be hard to find exchanges that offer instant and easy Bitcoin transactions.
Its move to turn to Softswiss, which already is a well-known Bitcoin casino software provider, to handle Bitcoin payments is ingeniously interesting that should keep the Bitcoin community fully engaged.
Cubits is built with excellent German engineering and supports 17 currencies. It has also recently launched brand new features – Cubits Wallet for users and Cubits Pay for merchants. To deal with Bitcoin payments more efficiently, Cubits has developed an essential element in its overall infrastructure; a 2-Way deposit functionality. Through this, users can simplify the way they deposit bitcoins into their accounts, regardless of whether they have a Bitcoin wallet or not.
Furthermore, the services that Cubits seek to provide are a lot more than expected. This is because the European start-up also handles deposits of regular currency, in which they instantly purchase bitcoins on behalf of their customers, and transfers the Bitcoin funds into their gaming accounts.
Cubits vision of creating a more Bitcoin-friendly world through secure and fast transactions may take a while to be realized, but it is certainly getting there. There’s already recognition and support from a wide market and technological innovation is also apparently present in the equation. It just needs a special feature, a missing ingredient. The partnership of Cubits and Softswiss, two companies with a single yet paramount vision, may be that missing piece of the puzzle.