NetCents recently announced that it has entered into a five-year enterprise white label licensing agreement with Florida based High Risk Commerce LLC (HRC).
Though this agreement, HRC will be making the NetCents merchant gateway available to its hundreds of Independent Sales Organizations (ISO’s) and partners that represent tens of thousands of online merchants processing billions of dollars in revenue.
We’re thrilled to announce that we have entered into a white-label agreement with High Risk Commerce. HRC will make NetCents available to its 100’s of ISO’s and partners that represent tens of thousands of online merchants processing billions of dollars.https://t.co/lNtBn5lejU pic.twitter.com/3rH5f57RTV
— NetCents (@NetCentsHQ) October 30, 2018
“Developing and supporting partnerships like High Risk Commerce is fundamental to NetCents and we couldn’t be happier to align with High Risk Commerce to expand NetCents global footprint,” stated Clayton Moore, CEO of NetCents Technology.
NetCents as a payment processing platform is focused on capturing the migration from cash to digital currency by utilizing innovative Blockchain Technology to provide payment solutions, the new partnerships will extend big support to the use of cryptocurrencies aggressively.
A few weeks back Netcents entered into a joint agreement with Verge currency (XVG), through this joint agreement, NetCents will become a vendor of choice for Verge and Verge will promote the NetCents platform through its social media and marketing channels. NetCents will work to fully-integrate Verge into the NetCents ecosystem including merchant gateway, user portal, and credit card and Instant Settlement programs, as well as promote the inclusion of Verge to NetCents merchants.
There is no doubt with this new HRC and NetCents partnership verge(XVG) is definitely going to get more exposure to various types of new markets along with NetCents platform. Till now verge has successfully able to partner with many big and small vendors, payment processors and constantly working on its project of mass adoption.