Enabling eCommerce for Everyone
At Wampei we believe that eCommerce technologies should be available to anyone doing business. We help our customers accept Bitcoin payments with or without the use of a local bank.
Online retailers can accept Bitcoin payments faster and more securely than credit and debit card payments without risk of chargebacks or payment fraud.
Businesses with Transactions >$150
Business who receive average payments of $150 or more can save 70% – 90% in transaction-related costs by accepting Bitcoin with Wampei Register©.
Physical stores can accept Bitcoin payments without additional hardware or terminals. Merchants can accept Bitcoin payments faster and more securely than credit and debit card payments without risk of chargebacks or payment fraud.
Wampei Register© allows un- or under-banked businesses to accept electronic payments. This reduces the amount of cash that has to be handled and the associated costs and risks that come with cash transactions.
Accepting Bitcoin Payments Makes Sense
Any businesses – whether banked or not – can accept Bitcoin using Wampei Register©
IN YOUR CONTROL
Your funds are always in your control.
Merchants with an average transaction of $500 will save a minimum of 80% on processing costs
Wampei Register© is software that allows businesses to accept Bitcoin payments directly. Merchants can accept payments whether they have a bank or not and all funds are ALWAYS under their control.
Merchants license Wampei Register© software. They have multiple payment options depending on business location, the average amount of payments and the expected number of payments per month.
WHY WE STARTED WAMPEI
There is one thing that the founders of Wampei know: Banks and Merchant Processors do not make things easy.
Typically, to work with banks and processors, merchants have to jump through crazy hoops, comply with anachronistic policies and adhere to ancient protocols that are meant to provide cover for lawsuits but not provide real security for systems.
It is tough to work with these third parties, but if a business wants to accept electronic payments, there has not been an alternative.