Credit card fraud lost $24.26 billion in 2018 alone, and it has been growing leaps and bounds. You can never be entirely safe when your payment system depends on sharing private information online. 

Digital currency payments have no chargebacks,
and this gives you a unique advantage compared to other payment methods. 

  • Digital currency payments do NOT rely on legacy credit card infrastructure, and hence, do not suffer from the same amounts of transaction fraud.

"We're excited about the possibilities that this partnership with Utrust presents in the evolution of our e-commerce strategy."

Domingos Soares de Oliveira

CEO,  S.L.Benfica

"Exciting upwards trend, with a 1900% increase between the first month of launch and the third month in."

Alternative Airlines

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Eliminate chargebacks

Gone. The technology itself ensures that no exterior entity can unmake your sales.

No volatility

There’s no reason to fear the digital currency market. We lock the sale amount at purchase and you get the retail price.

1% fee on transactions

No hidden fees, no shenanigans. Simple as it should be.

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Payment fraud? 

  • Chargebacks represent at least $40 billion per year in lost revenue, not accounting for the costs of software tools employed chargeback prevention.
  • Digital currencies were built for the digital age, with robust security mechanisms in place. Unlike credit card numbers, which can be easily skimmed or copied, private keys are never shared by the user when transacting.