The Estonian cryptocurrency payment processor Paytomat helps in the spread of cryptocurrencies in the real world, facilitating entrepreneurs in the process of accepting payments in popular cryptocurrency.

13 list of supported cryptocurrencies include bitcoin, BitcoinCash, ether, litecoin, EOS, Dash, NEM, Nano and ZenCash. Now more than 329 dealers in six European countries (Ukraine, Georgia, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Poland) accept cryptocurrency payments through Paytomat.

Users can pay with any cryptocurrency wallet apps-purse Paytomat (available for iOS and Android). When the user has selected, what cryptocurrency to pay, he/she demonstrates the two-dimensional stracked; as soon as the user forwards the funds to address this wallet, Paytomat makes a payment in local Fiat currency, and torgovische notice that the payment is made.

An excellent example is the Bessarabian market in Kiev. This market, which is located in the business centre and popular with wealthy residents and tourists. Mainly, the market sells quality fruit and vegetables, though relatively expensive, As reported by the press service of the municipal enterprise “Bessarabian market” on his page in Facebook, some of the market vendors have recently started accepting cryptocurrency payments through Paytomat. According to the market Director Nikolai Kovalchuk, the adoption of crypto-payments will allow us to offer users a new experience, to attract an audience of cryptocurrency enthusiasts, to win the recognition of customers and increase sales.

Production Director Paytomat in Ukraine Alexander Kurinnoy told journalists ForkLog that this initiative, designed to demonstrate the ease of use of cryptocurrencies in daily life, is called “Grandma.”

Now Paytomat gives three ways to pay with cryptocurrencies:

Through POS-terminals.

Through the web panel.

Using a two-dimensional barcode (such as fruit seller on the Bessarabian market).

In the third quarter of 2018 Paytomat plans to implement support for chat bots (in the Telegram), and in the fourth quarter of 2018 – add support for web payments through free plugins e-Commerce.