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  • OKPAY ADDS SUPPORT FOR THE LITECOIN CRYPTOCURRENCY

It is now possible to fund your OKPay account, withdraw funds and make a payment using the litecoin digital currency. All operations are processed instantly.

  • OKPAY RAISES DEBIT CARD BALANCE CAP TO 20.000 EUR

Starting March 1st, 2013 the maximum possible one-time balance of the plastic or virtual OKPAY Debit Card will be raised from 5.000 USD to 20.000 EUR (or USD equivalent amount).

  • OKPAY LOWERS BITCOIN FEES

OKPAY lowered its processing fees for bitcoin crypto-currency to 2.5% for a deposit/payment and 1% for a withdrawal.

  • UPDATED LIST OF SHOPPING CART SOFTWARE WITH OKPAY INTEGRATION

OKPay announced official 100% certified and tested integration of OKPAY payments processing for the following shopping carts: AlegroCart, 1C-Bitrix, CubeCart, Magento, OpenCart, osCommerce, PrestaShop and VirtueMart. Comersus, TomatoCart, VP-ASP, HikaShop, ViArt and Simpla were already on the list. Manufacturer's websites will feature the software modules with OKPAY support very soon, at this point you can download them from OKPAY shop systems page.

  • OFFICIAL INTEGRATION SUPPORT FOR OKPAY IN SHOPPING CART SOFTWARE

OKPay announced official 100% certified and tested integration of OKPAY payments processing for the following shopping carts: Comersus, TomatoCart, VP-ASP, HikaShop, ViArt and Simpla.

  • NEW YEAR CONTEST

OKPay is holding a New Year Contest. Every time you use your OKPay debit card between the first of December and the third of January, that transaction counts as a 'lottery ticket'. The main prizes are Apple Ipads, Apple Ipods and Amazon kindles.

  • INTERNATIONAL FINANCE & MONEY FAIR

OKPay participated in Shanghai International Finance & Money Fair 2011.

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  • BITCOIN SUPPORT

OKPay now supports Bitcoin e-currency deposits.

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  • DIRECT CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS

Direct card payments allows Merchants to collect debit/credit card payments without requiring their customers to open an OKPAY account.

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