Online payment processing platform NetCents Technology has unveiled plans to expand its merchant reach to more than 60 countries.

These countries include North America, England, Caribbean, South America, Australia, China, European Union, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, South Africa, Thailand, Philippines, Turkey, as well as Vietnam.

The Vancouver-based firm will enable cryptocurrency payments for businesses in these regions and facilitate settlements in local fiat currencies.

The firm will enable merchant payouts in over 30 fiat currencies, while enhancing the frequency of merchant payout to next-day payouts from twice per week.

NetCents CEO Clayton Moore said: “Our new partnerships and merchant marketing campaign are generating inquiries from outside North America so the need to provide support to those countries is critical to the Company’s strategic expansion.

“The tech team has been doing double duty to improve both processing capabilities and settlement reach.”

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At the same time, the firm plans to bolster its reach for the NC Exchange and user wallets.

“Users in these regions will be able to transfer funds directly from their bank account into and from their NetCents account,” the firm said.