- Trading Name: Bitpace
- Legal Entity: UAB SG Veteris Lithuania UAB/SG Veteris Limited.
- Activities: cryptocurrency payment gateway
- Location: London, UK/Bulgaria/Lithuania
- Regulations: SG Veteris Europe EOOD has been registered as a crypto asset business by the National Revenue Agency (NRA) in Bulgaria
- Key People: Ozan Ozerk (LinkedIn)
Ahmet Cemal Dedeoglu (LinkedIn)
Bitpace is a cryptocurrency payment gateway providing a cryptocurrency payment services.
The company was founded in 2017 by Ozan Ozerkand is headquartered in London.
Fintech entrepreneur Ozan Ozerk is the founder of the SG Veteris Group. He is also the founder of OpenPayd Group. Ozerk’s fintech empire includes the European Merchant Bank (EMBank) in Lithuania, the Akce Group in Malta, Ozan Ödeme Hizmetleri ve Elektronik Para AŞ in Turkey, and several FCA-regulated institutions in the UK. He is also the beneficial owner of the CySEC-regulated Eurotrade Investments RGB Ltd with the two forex broker brands EuroTrader and eurocapital.
According to UK Companies House, SG Veteris was controlled by Ozan Ozerk until December 2018, when it was transferred to his confidant Ahmet Cemal Dedeoglu. The company is based in London at the address in The Bower of the Tower, where Ozerk’s other companies are located
Bitpace offers an API for accepting payments in cryptocurrencies. This allows merchants to accept payments in cryptocurrencies and withdraw their funds in fiat currency or cryptocurrency. Multiple cryptocurrencies are supported: Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin, and Ripple.
Methods such as fixed and dynamic deposit allow businesses to accept instant Bitcoin or other supported altcoins payments, or accept cryptocurrency payments at any time and on any day for amounts above the set minimums.
In addition, Bitpace offers a plug-in. Businesses can set up this plug-in on their website and use Bitpace’s cryptocurrency payment gateway.
Cryptocurrency trading is another product Bitpace offers for businesses.
We include Bitpace in our “Orange Compliance ” list due to tightened cryptographic market.