SOFTSWISS boosts crypto presence with Mercuryo integration

Igaming software solutions provider SOFTSWISS has confirmed the completion of an integration this week with Mercuryo, a crypto-powered system. The move, said the firm, will expand the potential of its casino platform. 

Thanks to the new collaboration, players can buy cryptocurrency with their cards and use the funds to play in an online casino. This feature, said SOFTSWISS, will improve the position of its clients in relation to players as the company looks to ramp up efforts to introduce crypto to its customers.

According to the firm, the partnership will also encourage the retention of crypto players and “increase awareness about how cryptocurrencies work and the benefits of this innovation”.

Darya Avtukhovich, Head of SOFTSWISS Casino Platform, said: “One of our main focuses in development is to make a player’s interaction with crypto as smooth as possible. This partnership is another positive step forward for us, to allow for the widespread easy adoption of crypto betting.

“We also have other plans for the future including integrating other payment methods like Mercuryo to diversify crypto payment options.”

The integration of Mercuryo adds to what SOFTSWISS described as “an already hugely successful year”. In 2022, the firm’s Casino Platform launched a new feature called Team Tournaments as well as updated its In-Game Currency Conversion. Team Tournaments have been fully designed to focus on player engagement, with the main aim to get players to interact by encouraging player vs player competition.

The In-Game Currency Conversion feature enables players to convert any crypto balances into nine fiat currencies including Euros, Canadian Dollars and New Zealand Dollars.

The company concluded: “Alongside the features, the SOFTSWISS Casino Platform has a multifunctional back office, Bonus API and integrated payment solutions, offering clients many opportunities to develop online casinos. The product also effectively integrates with the SOFTSWISS Sportsbook and the SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator.”