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dtcpay Forges Strategic Partnership in Launch of Crypto Payments System

As featured on CoinNess, 14 Nov 2023

14 Nov 2023 2 mins Read


As featured on CoinNess, 14 Nov 2023

Singapore-based dtcpay has announced a collaboration with Singaporean data-sharing platform PlatON and Chinese payments firm Allinpay International, marking the imminent launch of a digital currency payments system.

POS terminal crypto payments

The trio is set to unveil a cutting-edge digital currency payment system, leveraging smart point of sale (POS) terminals supporting a range of currencies, including USDT, ETH and BTC. The primary goal of this partnership is to broaden the reach of digital payments, providing global users with faster, more cost-efficient and secure payment experiences.


The overarching objective of the collaboration is to empower partners and merchants to seamlessly accept payments in both fiat and digital currencies. By doing so, dtcpay, PlatON and Allinpay International aim to enhance operational efficiency, broaden business outreach and capture the attention of a younger customer base.


Officials emphasize that this venture aligns with dtcpay’s commitment to delivering secure and efficient digital payment solutions while diversifying its service offering.


A spokesperson for Tonghua International, Allinpay International’s parent company, stated:

“We are very pleased to cooperate with industry leaders, PlatON and dtcpay. This cooperation will not only promote the development of digital currency payments but also help merchants better adapt to the modern payment trend and meet the needs of young consumers.”

A collaboration that relies on core competencies

The collaborative effort capitalizes on the strengths of each entity. dtcpay facilitates swift and secure digital and fiat currency exchange. PlatON contributes advanced privacy computing technology for robust technical infrastructure, while Allinpay International provides smart terminals and online aggregate payment interfaces, eliminating entry barriers relative to Web3 payments.


In addition to driving advancements in digital currency payments, Allinpay International seeks to support merchants in adapting to modern payment trends and meeting the preferences of younger customers. dtcpay’s comprehensive suite of services includes multi-currency swaps, online checkouts and in-store POS solutions, positioning the company as a one-stop solution for merchants embracing the future of payments.


Founded in 2019 in Singapore, dtcpay operates as a regulated payment service provider licensed by the Major Payment Institution (MPI) under the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS).


The company struck up a similar partnership in September, bringing crypto payments to the POS system of Jeripay, which has a network of 8,000 terminals in Singapore. In an interview earlier this year, the firm’s CEO Kanny Lee outlined that dtcpay had targeted Hong Kong and Dubai as markets in which the company plans to expand.

Sumsub partnership

The collaboration’s momentum was further solidified at the end of September 2023 when dtcpay partnered with Sumsub, a global full-cycle verification platform. This partnership aimed to enhance the security and reliability of digital currency payments in target markets such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Dubai, the UK and Europe. Sumsub integrated its electronic Know Your Customer (e-KYC) service into dtcpay’s wallet platform, streamlining the onboarding process for customers engaging in transactions through the platform.


PlatON is an open financial infrastructure that features verifiable and privacy-preserving computation. It will endeavor to bring financial-level system stability and compliant digital asset management to the collaboration. Allinpay is a global financial payment company focused on providing diverse payment solutions while enhancing digital financial technology services globally.


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