Aeternity Drops Coin into SatoshiPay, Plans to Integrate Smart Contracts and Micropayments

Aeternity, which is a blockchain developer ecosystem, has gone ahead to announce that they have just acquired a stake at the SatoshiPay, they made this announcement during their last funding round.

It is the integration of the micropayment services platform as being part of the broader push, to ensure they have put in place the needed building blocks that will have a fully integrated value chain that can be used for the blockchain developers.

With the partnership in place, it will also be able to see the SatoshiPay being able to support the aeternity ecosystem; this will be achieved by efficiently running the nodes and being able to host frequent meetups.

The aeternity platform had taken part in the SatoshiPay funding round that was established alongside the Boresnmedien AG, the AERGO of South Korea, the CEO of SatoshiPay Meinhard Benn together with Daniel Masters of the Coinshares platform.

More Developments Taking Place On The SatoshiPay Platform

The SatoshiPay platform is seeking to make its micropayments services based on the blockchain to be the fastest that is found in the market. What they theoretically require is to have more than 2000+ transactions that are carried out per second. All this will allow their system to accommodate the rapidly growing customer base that will require them to have a high throughput.

One of the expected customers with this requirement is the Axel Springer SE. A platform that has been considered to be Europe’s largest company when it comes to digital content, one that has been able to own a massive portfolio of big brands; it is the likes of Bild, Upday, Die Welt, and Insider, who have just recently announced the partnership they have gotten into with SatoshiPay.

A partnership that will allow the different users to pay for the digital content with the crypto coins that have been stored within the SatoshiPay Wallet.