OKPAY, an European online payments company, now sees about 20% of its customers from China. The company thus has decided to make the China market their priority.

OKPAY facilitates online payments or money transfers through online banking, carrier billing, or third-party payments services such as cashU, Qiwi, DaoPay, SofortBanking, Fortumo, Mayzus FS, W1, Cash4WM and Sberbank. It supports both peer-to-peer money transfers and businesses and provides financial solutions for merchants of all kinds, from online product and service sellers to mobile app developers. The company also provides fully-fledged Bitcoin and Litecoin service for all types of payments methods, including subscription.

The company became popular in China when they started to work with Chinese Bitcoin exchanges, said CEO Konstantin Romanovsky. OKPAY has been working with OKcoin, one of China’s major Bitcoin exchanges, and have started to work with BitYes, another Chinese exchange service owned by Huobi. It is also in talks with BTCChina.

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