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The world of digital payments is about to witness a significant shift in Brazil as Binance, the world’s leading blockchain and cryptocurrency infrastructure provider, rolls out Binance Pay in the country. This move aims to revolutionize the payment landscape by offering local merchants a new and efficient alternative, potentially attracting a broader customer base, enhancing transaction speeds, and reducing costs.


Binance Pay is a groundbreaking contactless, borderless, and secure cryptocurrency payment option designed to support over 70 cryptocurrencies, including the heavyweights like Bitcoin (BTC), Binance Coin (BNB), Ether (ETH), and USDT. 

What sets it apart is its fee-free model for users. At the same time, merchants and service providers can leverage this innovative solution to accept payments that seamlessly transfer funds from one wallet to another in seconds. 

Importantly, Brazilian merchants have the flexibility to receive payments in Brazilian Real or in cryptocurrency, directly into their wallets.

Guilherme Nazar, the General Manager for Binance in Brazil, expressed his optimism, saying, “Payment is one of the most popular use cases of crypto, which has seen a continuous increase in adoption. 

Companies and merchants can now benefit from high processing speeds, low costs, and security provided by Binance Pay. We expect this launch to be especially relevant for businesses in Brazil, as the country registers one of the highest crypto adoption increase rates. 

By accepting crypto as a payment method, they’ll increase the row of potential new consumers.”


Brazil’s inclusion in the Global Crypto Adoption Index report by Chainalysis, ranking 7th globally in crypto adoption, underscores the country’s growing interest in digital currencies. 

With the introduction of Binance Pay, this interest is expected to soar even higher.


Since its debut in 2021, Binance Pay has witnessed remarkable growth, boasting over 12 million active users and processing an impressive $98 billion in payment volumes to date. 

Thousands of merchant partners worldwide, spanning various industries from pharmacies to mobile data providers, have eagerly adopted Binance Pay’s crypto payment solutions.


In Brazil, Binance Pay enters the market with a select group of partners. One such partner is Weo Games, a gaming store that offers products from popular games like Free Fire (Garena), Valorant, and League of Legends (Riot Games). 

Notably, Weo Games becomes the first gaming platform in Latin America to embrace crypto payments, marking a significant milestone in the gaming industry’s integration of blockchain technology.

Additionally, WordPress, a leading website builder, and e-commerce platform, offers its renowned e-commerce plugin WooCommerce as part of the Binance Pay partnership. 

This integration opens up a world of possibilities for online merchants looking to tap into the potential of cryptocurrency payments.

Furthermore, Binance Pay users in Brazil will also be able to recharge prepaid mobile credit directly through the Binance Pay app, simplifying yet another aspect of their daily financial transactions.


Binance Pay’s foray into Brazil follows its successful partnerships in neighboring Argentina, where it collaborated with travel agency Despegar, Credencial Payments, and remittance fintech Vita Wallet. 

These partnerships demonstrate Binance Pay’s commitment to driving cryptocurrency adoption throughout the Latin American region, with subsequent launches in Mexico and Colombia further solidifying its presence.


To ensure the highest level of trust and compliance with Brazilian financial regulations, Binance Pay collaborates with Latam Gateway, a payment service provider in Brazil. 

It’s important to note that Binance Pay operates in partnership with payment institutions duly licensed by the Central Bank of Brazil, assuring users and merchants of a secure and compliant payment platform.


Binance Pay’s launch in Brazil marks a significant milestone in the evolution of digital payments in the country. 

With its user-friendly features, extensive cryptocurrency support, and growing list of partners, Binance Pay is poised to simplify payments for both merchants and consumers, driving crypto adoption to new heights in Brazil.