We provide Hybrid Multi-Currency Bank Accounts that are crypto-friendly. Crypto exchanges, crypto traders and OTC desks can use these accounts.
All major crypto exchange licenses, OTC desks and traders on Localbitcoins.com and Paxful.com can open these accounts.
These are hybrid accounts. The beneficiary or account name is jointly in the name of your gaming company and the ewallet provider. The account number belongs to the payment processor.
Receive payments in up to 20 different currencies via SWIFT wire transfers. Use our currency conversion tool to convert and pay out.
These Singapore-based accounts don’t have the same onboarding delays experienced while onboarding accounts in Europe.
Send and receive payments to and from 170+ countries.
Receive SWIFT wire transfers directly from your crypto investors or crypto purchasers. Our accounts are perfect for multi-currency collections from all over the world.
You can use these accounts with payment processors, payment gateways, OTC desks, exchanges from all over the world and for paying salaries, affiliates, partners.
Use these accounts to send funds to your customers as part of their crypto to fiat trade in 20+ currencies.
The accounts are provided by a Singapore-based Money Remittance Provider. They operate with high risk merchants on an exclusive basis with Sendingmoney.org. Note that we have created this landing page to protect the reputation of the Payment Service Provider. This is not their main website.
The accounts are what we call 'Name Sub-accounts' or 'Hybrid Accounts'. It means that even though the account numbers are shared, the Account Name or Beneficiary name for the inbound payment includes your company name. For example if your company name is Crypto Estonia Ltd. the account name will be Ewallet pte. ltd.-Crypto Estonia Ltd. This means that when payments arrive into the account, they are instantly identified just like if you had your own bank account.
This hybrid method allows for collecting payments from customers under your own name in different currencies from accounts issued by top banks, like Standard Chartered and CIMB, but without the compliance nightmare of opening up a full bank account.