OpenPayd unveils crypto banking and payments proposition amid unprecedented sector growth

Share this post

LONDON, England – 7th July 2020: OpenPayd, the API-led Banking-as-a-Service provider, today unveils its banking and payments solution for digital currency businesses. The proposition provides cryptocurrency businesses with access to a range of banking and payments networks, at a time when exchanges have been experiencing their highest trading volumes.

From a single API, OpenPayd’s Banking-as-a-Service platform provides crypto businesses with access to:

  • Crypto-friendly banking: Multi-currency payment accounts (supporting 25+ currencies), with the option of linking virtual IBANs, enable crypto businesses to extend their value chain and provide collection, conversion and settlement services to customers.
  • Simplified cryptocurrency purchase : Customers can purchase digital currencies instantly and securely using their preferred debit and credit card or bank wire transfer.
  • Fiat and digital currency exchange: OpenPayd enables the seamless exchange to and from fiat and cryptocurrencies.
  • Automate payments: Integrate the OpenPayd platform into existing finance and treasury management systems to simplify payment flow management.

Digby Try, Head of Global Sales at OpenPayd, comments:

“Digital currency businesses are seeing exponential growth in demand. The problem is, a lack of familiarity and understanding of the sector means crypto businesses are often underserved and lacking access to fundamental banking and payments services.

“As an established fintech with a nuanced understanding of the market and a strong network of partners across banking, payments, digital currencies, risk and compliance management, OpenPayd is uniquely placed to address and support the evolving needs of the crypto market as it reaches maturity.”


About OpenPayd

OpenPayd is a digital Banking-as-a-Service platform, dedicated to improving and simplifying access to payments and banking. Its services can be integrated through a single API and are supported by a network of licenses across UK, Europe, USA, Canada and others.

The platform enables businesses such as marketplaces, PSPs, fintechs and crypto wallet operators, looking to streamline collection of funds and payouts to benefit from virtual IBANs in multiple currencies, access to local and international payment networks, wholesale FX, and card processing capabilities.

For additional information on OpenPayd, please visit

Press contact:

Alice Pedder / Zoe Crichton

CCgroup for OpenPayd

+ 44 203 824 9200

More To Explore


Are you a member of The Payments Association?

Member benefits include free tickets, discounts to more tickets, elevated brand visibility and more. Sign in to book tickets and find out more.


Log in to access complimentary passes or discounts and access exclusive content as part of your membership. An auto-login link will be sent directly to your email.

Having trouble signing?

We use an auto-login link to ensure optimum security for your members hub. Simply enter your professional work e-mail address into the input area and you’ll receive a link to directly access your account.

First things first

Have you set up your Member account yet? If not, click here to do so.

Still not receiving your auto-login link?

Instead of using passwords, we e-mail you a link to log in to the site. This allows us to automatically verify you and apply member benefits based on your e-mail domain name.

Please click the button below which relates to the issue you’re having.

I didn't receive an e-mail

Tip: Check your spam

Sometimes our e-mails end up in spam. Make sure to check your spam folder for e-mails from The Payments Association

Tip: Check “other” tabs

Most modern e-mail clients now separate e-mails into different tabs. For example, Outlook has an “Other” tab, and Gmail has tabs for different types of e-mails, such as promotional.

Tip: Click the link within 60 minutes

For security reasons the link will expire after 60 minutes. Try submitting the login form again and wait a few seconds for the e-mail to arrive.

Tip: Only click once

The link will only work one time – once it’s been clicked, the link won’t log you in again. Instead, you’ll need to go back to the login screen and generate a new link.

Tip: Delete old login e-mails

Make sure you’re clicking the link on the most recent e-mail that’s been sent to you. We recommend deleting the e-mail once you’ve clicked the link.

Tip: Check your security policies

Some security systems will automatically click on links in e-mails to check for phishing, malware, viruses and other malicious threats. If these have been clicked, it won’t work when you try to click on the link.

Need to change your e-mail address?

For security reasons, e-mail address changes can only be complete by your Member Engagement Manager. Please contact the team directly for further help.

Still got a question?