BitPay, an electronic payment processing system for Bitcoin currency that enables online merchants to accept Bitcoins, as a form of payment, just as they accept payments from Visa, MasterCard, or PayPal, has announced that is opening two new offices in the posh areas of the two mega cities San Francisco and New York City.
Thus, BitPay which is headquartered in Atlanta is trying to expand its operations and reach new customers in various mega cities as it realizes that new locations will help it tap new customers. The two new offices will offer help to the companies and new businesses in their payment process as well as offer operational support to the merchants.
In his statement to the press Stephanie Wargo, BitPay’s VP of Marketing said that BitPay is happy to announce two new office openings in San Francisco and New York City.
However, according to him the San Francisco location will be helping the company to a great extent as he hopes to leverage the existing tech and Bitcoin communities throughout the area.
Mr. Wargo also believes that BitPay’s office in New York will enhance visibility in the financial industry while also providing a presence in the largest media market in the United States. BitPay claims that its services are available in every country wherein customers can set their prices in over 150 different currencies.
The New Offices for Customer Acquisition and Better Operations
Currently, BitPay has more than 30 employees who are working for it full-time. Most of its staff sits at its Atlanta office. Paige Freeman, VP of sales at BitPay, was heard quoted says that BitPay has many merchants accepting Bitcoin throughout Silicon Valley so his company is thrilled to extend its exceptional sales and customer support by opening an office in San Francisco.
The offices in San Francisco and NYC are just beginning as according to Mr. Freeman the company is looking forward to expand into various markets both in the US and internationally. BitPay recently announced that it works with over 26,000 merchants, has crossed the 10,000 mark just six months ago.
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