MoonPay to provide Web3 technology services for Aloha Browser
By Gloria Methri
MoonPay will provide a dependable infrastructure service that will further improve the offering currently available on the Aloha Browser. Its on-ramp service in particular offers support for all major payment methods including debit and credit cards, local bank transfers, Apple Pay, Google Pay, and Samsung Pay.
With this integration, Aloha further reinforces its Web3 approach with its browser platform and enhances the capabilities of its integrated crypto wallet. The inclusion of the ramping service will also solidify Aloha’s wallet as a full-service cryptocurrency solution used by hundreds of millions of users worldwide.
Aloha Founder Andrew Frost sees the integration as an important step forward for the brand, “Web3 remains a focal point for Aloha Browser, and so we are proud to have a preferred partnership with MoonPay to enhance our current offering. Together, we can continue to make the Aloha Crypto Wallet a competitive and useful tool for our users. This on-ramp alliance is a great reinforcement point for that.”
“We are thrilled to partner with Aloha to create a seamless user experience that enables effortless access to the world of Web3,” said Bree Blazak, VP of Partnerships at MoonPay. “This partnership goes beyond the mere transactional value and represents a shared vision for a more accessible, secure, and integrated Web3 world.”
Aloha currently offers several key Web3 services through its browser platform. Notably, this includes Aloha Crypto Wallet, a native fully featured cryptocurrency wallet where users can access services such as buying and swapping crypto.
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