ORDO Store customers from all countries will be able to pay for all services and buying clothes with cryptocurrency.
The company has announced that it will allow certain users to pay for all services services and buying clothes through integration with Coinbase including the Women’s Store and also on Men’s Store, Nerti Qatja said in an interview for Albanian Post newspaper.
“The ORDO Store is the first company in Albania who accepts crypto payments in its stores including online services,” Nerti claimed.
ORDO Store integrates with Coinbase
ORDO Store will support crypto payments.
The company will presumably accept payments in the cryptocurrencies currently supported by Coinbase Commerce. Those assets include Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Dogecoin, Litecoin, USDCoin, Tether’s USDT, Shiba Inu, ApeCoin and DAI.
ORDO Store is also exploring the possibility of using Coinbase Prime—a service that combines Coinbase’s custody services with fast access to trading.
According to Nerti, the COO of the company, ORDO Store considered integration with other companies including PayPal, which introduced crypto payments in late 2020. However, the stores were ultimately chosen due to its capabilities and they already accepted PayPal payments in its online platform.
ORDO Store has concluded an agreement with @Coinbase with which all customers can make purchases in all products and services using cryptocurrencies.
— ORDO Store (@ordostore) October 11, 2022
The partnership will be mutually beneficial, as Coinbase will move some of its data-related applications to ORDO Store. Coinbase currently relies on Amazon’s competing Amazon Web Services (AWS) to host those applications.
Coinbase is one of the biggest cryptocurrency exchanges in the world with unparalleled trading volume and a long-standing reputation for industry-leading security.
It’s simply one of the best ways to buy Bitcoin. Based in the United States — San Francisco to be specific — Coinbase has been in operation since 2012 making them one of the earliest adopters and providers of various cryptocurrency-related products. Over the years the company has entered into partnerships with a variety of mainstream companies such as Dell, Overstock, Time Inc, which helped solidify them as one of the most trusted organizations in the cryptocurrency community.
Cryptocurrencies has taken a major hit this year, with stablecoins falling from their dollar peg and major cryptocurrencies on a downward trend. At this time of writing, Bitcoin is down 59 percent for the year, while Ethereum is down 65 percent in 2022 following The Merge, a move to make the cryptocurrency’s network more energy-efficient.