France-based real estate company Apsys has signed a partnership agreement with local fintech firm Lyzi to allow its customers to pay for their purchases in all malls across the country in cryptocurrency.
Apsys, a company that owns, develops and manages a number of real estate properties in France and Poland, has partnered with Lyzi, a fintech and cryptocurrency payment solutions provider.
The partnership will allow customers who purchase goods and services at various Apsis shopping malls in France to pay with cryptocurrencies.
“Innovating and reinventing the customer experience at Apsys locations is at the heart of the challenges that drive us every day. Therefore, we are particularly pleased to be pioneers in payment solutions today thanks to our partnership with Lyzi.” I am thinking.”
To enjoy Apsys’ new service, customers must first purchase the company’s gift cards with cryptocurrency via the Lizy app. Gift cards are used for payment at Apsys Mall.
Apsys has decided to expand its cryptocurrency payment services after a year of introducing this feature at the Beaugrenelle department store in Paris.
Despite a cold crypto winter that has caused countless bankruptcies of Web3 companies without strong capital controls over the past year, adoption continues to grow.
Last March, Singaporean media production company swellStones integrated cryptocurrency payments, allowing users to pay for animation, video production and other services in Bitcoin (BTC) and altcoins.