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Salamantex and WEG Bank AG make payments with cryptocurrencies in Germany possible

Ottobrunn, 1 October 2019

The Austrian payment service provider Salamantex and the FinTech arm of the German WEG Bank AG, operating under the brand name TEN31, announce their cooperation. The common goal is to enable cryptocurrency payments in Germany. This will be done through the TEN31 banking regulatory framework. The WEG Bank AG from Ottobrunn, originally specialised in the real estate industry, combines its activities in the field of FinTech and in particular in blockchain-based applications under the name TEN31.

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Paying with digital currency becomes acceptable - starting 19th August in A1 shops

Vienna, 19th of August 2019

- From the 19th of August 2019 cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin & Co. will be accepted in selected A1 shops

- Austrian cryptocurrency specialist Salamantex enables simple and secure handling of new digital payment methods in the A1 Payment Service

- Digitalcurrencies open up new targe tgroups for businesses and create more opportunities for innovative consumers

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Salamantex CEO René Pomassl standing next to Stephan Schmidt, Head of Sales of Ingenico and Markus Schreiber, Head of A1 Business Marketing

A1 develops payment service of the future

Vienna, June 2019

  • Secure payment with digital currencies: Extension of the existing A1 Payment offer
  • Partnership with Salamantex and Ingenico creates secure handling of new digital payment methods

With A1 Payment, A1 in partnership with Concardis offers companies a complete package for the cashless payment process. Together with Salamantex, an Austrian digital currency specialist and its partner for payment terminals, Ingenico, A1 is expanding its payment service: Companies will be able to accept digital currencies such as Alipay, WeChat Pay and cryptocurrencies in addition to their existing payment methods.

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The first cash register for cryptocurrencies: Payment in digital currency becomes simple and value secure

Vienna, June 2019

Cooperation between Austrian tech start-ups fiskaly and Salamantex enables the first all-in-one cash register system with payment functionality for cryptocurrencies.

On June 11th payments in cryptocurrency will become simple and secure in Austrian commercial and service companies and will thus become a “feasible" means of payment. The payment terminals of the Lower Austrian company Salamantex enable secure payment in shops and restaurants with digital currencies such as Bitcoin. As of June, they will also have the option to use a complete cash register from fiskaly. This provides innovative service providers, retailers and restaurateurs with the first all-in-one payment solution for crypto payments combined on a single device. They can now accept payments with Bitcoin & Co in a uniform process just like debit or credit card payments.

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Co-Founder of Salamantex Armenak Tueysuez and Felix Herrmann with Dash COO Robert Wiecko and Dash Embassy CEO Jan Heinrich Meyer

Salamantex and Dash agree on co-operation, will work together on cryptocurrency payments

Tulln, January 2019

Salamantax, the crypto payment service provider for merchants, is entering a co-operation with electronic cash pioneers Dash.

Now customer visiting businesses supported by the Salamantex SX1801 POS Terminal, enjoy one more cryptocurrency to choose from besides Bitcoin. By installing the terminal, merchants can accept cryptocurrencies for their services, enjoy a monthly turnover reporting on each payment. The system handles the risk of Crypto to fiat exchange – a major barrier for most newcomers to digital currencies.

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Salamantex CEO René Pomassl and Management of Austrian startup fiskaly giving a presentation on obono software being integrated on Salamantex terminal

Salamantex launches new payment system for cryptocurrencies in Austria

Tulln, 3.12.2018

With their Crypto Payment Service, the Lower Austrian IT start-up Salamantex now offers an all-in-one solution to merchants of any kind, enabling their customers to pay using cryptocurrency. After over one year of development, the first payment terminals will now be delivered to the first merchants in Austria. From idea to realization Just over one year ago, CEO René Pomassl and his six-headed team started developing the software. "For our own sake, we had the idea of creating a solution for the market in 2016," says the managing director, who has been dealing with cryptocurrencies and the underlying technology since 2012.

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