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Countr POS, a Dutch company based in Amsterdam providing point of sale software for more than 3,000 merchants in Europe, has announced a strategic partnership with Coinify, a blockchain payment service provider (bPSP), to allow customer payments in 14 cryptocurrencies including bitcoin, ether, litecoin, dogecoin, and others.

In addition to allowing Countr POS to offer a wider variety of alternative payments for their retailers, this new partnership and the integration of blockchain payments in the Countr POS point of sale app will help increase profit margins for buyers, retailers and ultimately the Countr POS company. Retailers using Countr POS will also attract and onboard a new core market of customers from the bitcoin and cryptocurrency economies, and receive additional marketing from fintech and crypto information sources.

Founded in 2014 as CashOrCard POS, the company was rebranded in May 2016 to Countr POS. They provide a complete retail solution for small to medium-sized retail stores, cafes, and restaurants. Their point of sale app is optimized for both iOS and Android tablets. It enables retailers to make transactions, manage inventories, and perform in-depth store analysis. Countr POS serves businesses within all industries, including food trucks, pop-up stores, and market stalls, with a single location or many locations.

Countr is currently serving over 3,000 merchants in 115 countries, and they have been expanding their payment partners to allow retailers to integrate with various payment providers easily. Some of Countr’s partners include Adyen, Worldline, SumUp, iZettle, Payleven, SEQR, Payconiq, and YodoPAY.

John Staunton, Co-founder and CEO at Countr explained the logic behind the partnership:

“Blockchain is expected to be one of the major payment trends in the upcoming years and we are excited to integrate it into our POS system. We chose Coinify as our preferred blockchain payment service provider because of their

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