Due to a partnership with Simplex, Baby DogeCoin (BabyDoge) can now be purchased using a credit card.
Users can now purchase BabyDoge with a credit card directly from BabyDoge’s official website.
BabyDoge just announced that they have joined with Simplex, a major provider of payment solutions. Users will be able to purchase BabyDoge directly from BabyDoge’s website using their credit cards as a result of the arrangement.
We are proud to have officially partnered with @SimplexCC
to allow users to purchase #BabyDoge with card directly on https://t.co/cnV9p28UZP@SimplexCC is also partnered with top exchanges like @binance @kucoincom & @HuobiGlobal among many others! pic.twitter.com/AV1FHzipSe
— BabyDoge (@BabyDogeCoin) March 7, 2022
Consumers could now purchase BabyDoge with a credit card on the company’s own website; previously, users could only purchase the canine-themed meme token through PancakeSwap, Uniswap, or centralised exchanges like Gate.io, OKX, and Lbank.
Simplex is the market leader in payment processing; users may buy 130+ cryptocurrencies on Simplex through its network of hundreds of partners, and the company is constantly adding support for new currencies, including over 115 fiat currencies to date.
Simplex, a licenced financial institution, allows its enormous network of partners to accept the widest range of payment methods available, including Visa, MasterCard, Apple Pay, SWIFT, SEPA, and more!
Simplex is on a mission to make crypto accessible to everyone, everywhere, with the help of its hundred partners. To make this aim possible, Simplex has already worked with key exchanges such as Binance, KuCoin, and Huobi Global.
BabyDoge’s announcement of a collaboration has had no effect on its price. BabyDoge is trading at $0.000000003038 at the time of writing, down -1.1 percent on the day, with a 24-hour trading volume of $12,452,634. For the previous 30 days, the meme token has consistently underperformed, with a monthly loss of -24.2 percent.
Disclaimer: These are the writer’s opinions and should not be considered investment advice. Readers should do their own research.