Nigeria’s fast-growing e-commerce organisation, FUGE, on Monday, partnered Coinazer, a web-based crypto payment platform, to become the first to accept crypto for payment of goods in West Africa.
The Managing Partner, Fuge, Mr. Rex Moses said that the feat was another sign of the firm’s commitment to offering its customers around the world more innovative and convenient payment options.
Moses said that cryptocurrency payments was more secured, fast and reliable for customers to purchase their services.
According to him, we want to make it easier for our customers to purchase whatever they need from us and introducing cryptocurrency payment options is only one of our efforts to fulfill that promise.
He assured that FUGE would continue to push the boundaries of e-commerce to make shopping easier for them.
“We believe that introducing cryptocurrency payments is another important step in that direction.
“Customers looking to make purchases with cryptocurrency can do so via our online store or our mobile app.
According to him, FUGE is excited to continue to improve the FUGE experience with the latest payment technologies and options.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that crypto is a digital currency designed to work as a medium of exchange through a computer network that is not reliant on any central authority, such as government or bank.