BitPay Opens Offices in San Francisco and New York

Updated on Mar 10, 2020 at 11:58 am UTC by CoinSpeaker Staff · 2 min read
BitPay Opens Offices in San Francisco and New York
Bitpay is the leading payment service provider (PSP) specializing in the peer-to-peer virtual currency Bitcoin which provides for instantaneous transactions from anywhere in the world with no risk of fraud or chargebacks. Photo:Bitpay Inc.
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BitPay expands business by opening offices in San Francisco and New York.

BitPay, the bitcoin payment processor  headquartered in Atlanta, opens offices in San Francisco and New York.

New offices will be useful for company to attract new businesses and provide new operational support to its current customers.

San Francisco office plans to improve the existing tech leverage and bitcoin communities throughout the area, as it was stated by Stephanie Wargo, BitPay’s vice-president of Marketing.  

“BitPay’s office in New York will enhance visibility in the financial industry while also providing a presence in the largest media market in the United States.”, she continued.

BitPlay has 31 full-time employees at the moment that work across the world. 22 of them are located at the head office in Atlanta, USA, 6 in Argentina, 2 in San Francisco and 1 in New York.

BitPay’s merchants usually accept bitcoin throughout Silicon Valley, so it could be beneficial for company  to open an office in San Francisco.

“We look forward to expanding into various markets both here in the US and internationally,”said Paige Freeman, VP of sales at BitPay.

By the way, Freeman plans to join the San Francisco team and Andy Goldstein, who 15 years of experience at Visa, has has taken up the role of regional sales manager in New York.

Now BitPay works with approximately 26,000 merchants, having achieved the surpassed the 10,000 mark just about 6 month ago.

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