EPN unveils card-based payment system for corporates and retailers
Category: #tech  By Pankaj Singh   Date: 2022-07-07
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EPN unveils card-based payment system for corporates and retailers

UK-based EPN has reportedly introduced an advanced payment solution particularly catering to its retail and corporate clients globally.

In order to address the existing difficulties related to payments, the EPN-developed solution ensures greater security and remittance across countries.

Besides, to eliminate ineffective and, most importantly, address the issue of high fees, the firm makes use of an innovative card-based solution for ease of use. This would give users the freedom to not visit their preferred banks or financial institutions in person, while enabling them to apply for an unlimited number of cards.

It would be crucial to note that the spending limits on the EPN card are also high. This would allow card holders to receive as many cards as possible they need to successfully run their businesses without having to worry about restrictions or roadblocks. The "no limit" feature provides greater latitude for holders, especially marketers.

Additionally, the new card supports various cryptocurrencies and fiat currencies, such as Bitcoin, USD, USDT, and Euro, making it seamless for retail and corporate clients to maintain their revenue streams. By adopting cryptocurrencies, clients can remit value quickly and more economically.

It has been claimed that EPN cardholders also benefit from the ability to store funds in their preferred currency.

EPN's wallets also allow users to keep track of their expenditures and exchanges and deposit Bitcoin securely into their easy-to-create EPN accounts and then convert it into any of their desired assets, including USDT, USD, or Euro.

For the unversed, EPN offers two types of debit cards for its clients; advertisement cards for use on Facebook, TikTok, Google and Pinterest ($10 per month, 6% deposit fee) and universal debit cards for online use, which offers convenience and security while requiring less money ($15 per month, 8% deposit fee). 

Apparently, the use of new EPN cards boast the ability to carry out transparent and economical currency conversion.

Source credit: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/epn-launches-global-card-based-064100415.html?guccounter=1

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