Ibanera Introduces Widget to Improve Digital Asset Transactions


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Ibanera introduces PORTL to streamline digital transactions. PORTL, a widget, will simplify digital asset purchases with credit cards and expand Ibanera’s financial solutions.

The introduction of PORTL aims to make digital assets accessible worldwide to offer effortless multi-currency deposits and withdrawals.

PORTL will also provide an opportunity for Web3 technology to make improvements in consumer payments and cross-border transactions.

By integrating this widget, enterprises can empower their customers to acquire digital assets using conventional credit cards.

This also opens up new opportunities for businesses to cater to a broader audience in the financial industry and explore the possibilities of blockchain technology.

Read More: Ibanera launches digital transactions widget

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