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In a statement released on October 12, Telegram integrates with ECOMMPAY, an international online payment processing company, to include in-app purchases in the cloud-based IM app.

“There’s rarely an ‘off-the-shelf’ solution for companies integrating payments, as every customer is different, and there has to be a balance between the merchant’s and customer’s needs,” said Paul Marcantonio, executive director of ECOMMPAY.

Founded by Nikolai Durov, Pavel Durov and Axel Neff, Telegram is a cloud-based instant messaging app with more than 400 million active users across the globe, and ranks as the most downloaded social media app in at least 20 countries.

With this newly integrated digital combination, Telegram users will enjoy the newly added benefits including buying tickets, products and more in a seamless way.

“Seamless transactions and a great user experience are a vitally important part of improving conversion rates in business, and by integrating with Telegram, we’ll help more businesses increase their revenues and audience engagement,” said Paul Marcantonio

ECOMMPAY is a British company that debuted in 2012 and has grown steadily as a payment service provider and direct card acquirer.

The company now has 6 international offices across the world in key markets including Africa, Asia and Europe itself. And boasts of over 100 alternative payment methods.

“Businesses working with ECOMMPAY benefit from open access to all ECOMMPAY payment products and technologies through one single integration, more than 100 payment methods including Apple Pay and Google Pay, reliable payment processing 24/7, flexible payment solutions customized to business needs, fraud protection and personal customer support,” said the company.


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