Node management and blockchain infrastructure platform Blockdaemon is partnering with crypto-as-a-service infrastructure firm Zero Hash to power its new cryptocurrency fiat-to-crypto on-ramp solution.
Blockdaemon Onramp, a cryptocurrency fiat-to-crypto on-ramp, is integrating with Zero Hash’s API-driven infrastructure to natively offer customers crypto and fiat funding options, according to a press release on Thursday (Oct. 20).
The integration of services will allow Blockdaemon Onramp partners to offer up to 60 digital assets in the U.S. Zero Hash is the crypto-as-a-service infrastructure partner of major on-ramp providers including Moonpay, Transak and Banxa.
Blockdaemon Onramp offers developers a frictionless way for businesses to integrate crypto into their apps and websites with just a few lines of code.
“Our companies share a mission to enable businesses to offer their customers seamless and secure access to cryptocurrencies,” said Zero Hash CEO Edward Woodford.
“The Zero Hash solution provides the complete building blocks for Blockdaemon to offer their customers a seamless Web 3.0 experience and further bridge Web 3.0 with fiat payment rails,” he added.
Headquartered in Chicago and founded in 2015, Zero Hash is a B2B2C embedded infrastructure platform that enables platforms to natively integrate digital assets into their own customer experience. Its end-to-end solution takes care of the backend and regulatory licensing requirements necessary to offer crypto products.
“By partnering with Zero Hash, we are enabling the future of crypto adoption,” said Micah Winkelspecht, head of product strategy for Blockdaemon Onramp. “By powering Blockdaemon Onramp with Zero Hash’s API infrastructure users are now able to integrate crypto payments in a frictionless manner.”
Blockdaemon is headquartered in Los Angeles and was founded in 2017 by CEO Konstantin Richter as an independent blockchain node infrastructure firm to stake, scale and deploy nodes with institutional-grade security and monitoring.