CoinsPaid and Mirai Flights Integrated Crypto Payments Into Private Charter Services
CoinsPaid, the crypto payment ecosystem, integrated into Mirai Flights, a UK-based company, the ability to pay for private jet charters in over 20 cryptocurrencies.
The partnership between CoinsPaid and Mirai Flights enabled payment for the service with crypto in the private air charter market. This was revealed in an official press release. Moreover, the introduction of crypto payments helped Mirai Flights increase revenue by 30%, though only about 10% of users book flights with cryptocurrencies.
The British company Mirai Flights offers a service for easy and convenient booking of charter flights on private planes in Europe and the Middle East. Clients can pay for booking flights and reservations in one click, and the cost of services can be up to €300,000. Using cryptocurrencies for payment saves from 40% to 75% on fees, compared to traditional bank payments.
The payment gateway for processing crypto payments is provided by CryptoProcessing.com, a flagship product of CoinsPaid, the world’s largest crypto payment ecosystem. The service offers payment integration in more than 20 cryptocurrencies and instant conversion to over 40 fiat currencies.
“The partnership will make booking your business or pleasure flights easier and more convenient than ever,” said Max Krupyshev, Co-Founder and CEO of CoinsPaid.
“We wanted to make booking a private jet as seamless as possible for our clients. Over 20% of them book flights for the same day or the next day’s departure, which requires a fast confirmation of payment within minutes. That’s why we opted for CryptoProcessing by CoinsPaid, one of the leading and fastest crypto payment gateways in the market,” commented Evgeny Chuprov, Co-Founder of Mirai Flights. “We’ve already seen extensive interest in crypto payments from our clients, and we expect it to grow in the future.”
CryptoProcessing by CoinsPaid is the largest cryptocurrency payment processing service. According to Max Krupyshev, the company’s main goal is to provide businesses with a cure for “operational headaches.” Since its launch, the service has processed €16 billion worth of transactions.