Why the Intercontinental Exchange’s Bakkt Launch Is Great News for HadePay


As seen last week when NYSE parent company Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) partnered with Microsoft and Starbucks to develop a digital asset platform, big companies are finally ready to start building solutions to nurture the evolution of cryptocurrency and meet the demand of consumers and businesses. Ironically, this is a trend we identified early last year. Therefore, it’s little surprise that many key components of Bakkt are remarkably similar to HadePay.

Furthermore, the ICE announcement is wonderful news for HadePay. If you look beyond all the PR this is a startup with deep pockets and great connections that is clearly concerned and focused on paving the way for traditional investors to access Bitcoin through their brokers. That means more people can buy Bitcoin and other digital currencies.

As a result, the value of such currencies will rise and the demand among businesses and consumers to obtain, accept, and purchase with digital currencies will also rise. Hence, HadePay is the big winner.

Not to mention, now that NYSE parent company Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) has pulled the trigger to enter this arena with its $85 billion in total assets and $6 billion in revenues, there is little doubt that other big companies will take notice of the potential and promise of digital currency, blockchain technology, and the trillions of dollars in value and GDP it could one day create.

Much like IBM acquired companies at a ferocious pace to catch and Microsoft when AWS and Azure, respectively, became hot commodities, big tech tends to acquire as new technologies and leaders emerge, and also in response to movement among their peers. What’s so fascinating about blockchain and digital currency payments is it’s a potential M&A target of big tech, software companies, Web companies, banks, brokers (Ameritrade), FinTech and payment processors (PayPal, Visa), and even consumer and service companies (McDonald’s).

Yes, there are many fundamental flaws of digital currency and Bitcoin payments in general. However, with the development of the lightning network that makes Bitcoin payments nearly the same speed as credit card payments, investing in such technology could yield great returns for big companies in all verticals.

We believe big corporations will inevitably acquire innovating blockchain payment and solution companies. As a result, our goal has always been to develop fast yet responsibly, possess strong intellectual property, grow fast and emerge an industry leader with a team of C-level executives, and then position the company well when the buying spree or public market opportunities arise. We believe the best way to reach this goal and to generate and manage the kind of growth we seek and expect is with a capital injection through our upcoming Series A financing, to stay ahead, thrive, and quickly establish HadePay as a market leader and disruptor in the payments industry.

You local account manager will reach out for an introduction, then set up your hardware delivery and schedule a call with our product team if you have any special requests or needs. While this may sound like a lot, it is all to ensure you feel comfortable with HadePay and are getting the most from it. Altogether, you should be processing payments wktnk 48 hours of completing the registration.
We batch funds everyday, which means if you accept a card payment on Monday , the funds will reach your account on Tuesday or Wednesday at the latest.
Unlike our competitors, we personally work with all of our customers. None of our customers are numbers in a system. We understand their business models and needs. Therefore, in the event of a chargeback, not only do we have all the data to fight the chargeback, but we go to battle for our customers by understanding how the dispute originated. Conversely, large payment companies don’t take the time to fight chargebacks because maintaining their tier ratio is more important, and because they board merchants without understanding their models.
First off, that is horrible. No payment processor should ever put you in a contract. If you are in a contract, we ask that you give us a try for two months. It won’t cost you anything, and if you are happy, we will discuss buying out your contract. Yes, we have done that many times for our customers.
We offer two rate plans. The first is a flat rate of 2.5% per swipe or 3.1% plus 15 cents for every manual entry of card data. The second is a flat rate of 3% regardless of how it is entered. If you compare to our competitors, we are by far the cheapest.
No! None whatsoever.
You can always call your account manager any time for assistance, or call 1-844-HADEPAY and we will be there to help. You will never talk to an operator.
No. We are currently located in Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, West Virginia, and Missouri, Illinois, and Arizona.
Just tell your account manager that you would like to get some static ads and video ads. Your manager will then communicate with our graphic designer and ad specialists to put together a package valued at $1,000 for absolutely free. They will even strategize with you on how to advertise, and in some instances, we will assist with that too.
If you need more than one device, talk to your account manager. We have customers who have upwards of 10 devices, so we can certainly meet whatever need you have.