E-commerce Platform Set To Launch Mid-2019 Will Offer A Multitude Of Payment Options

The online platform aims to draw in new customers by offering a wide variety of payment alternatives

Singapore, Singapore - April 3, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

For Immediate Release
Date: 4th April 2019

• E-commerce website Btega will allow users to pay via a range of cashless choices on top of the standard options
• The site, which is now live, includes a variety of products within the lifestyle categories.
• Btega is currently running promotions to attract early adopters and tech enthusiasts to the platform

SINGAPORE – E-commerce platform Btega, which has launched in early March, is differentiating itself within the e-commerce marketplace by letting users pay using a wide range of cashless payment options in addition to the standard choices.

By allowing technology enthusiasts and early adopters to tap into a wider range of payment alternatives, Btega is setting its sights on becoming an e-commerce market leader for a generation that is becoming more comfortable with exploring new and developing tech.

The Singapore-based platform, live since early March, has partnered with several official retailers to include products in various categories such as skin care, technology, gaming, and luxury watches. Discussions are currently in place to bring more brands across different industries on board in order to stay competitive within the e-commerce market.

As part of efforts to grow market reach ahead, Btega is currently running a limited-time promotion to new customers. Users who sign up now will receive 10 BTEGPoints (the platform’s internal points), which is worth $10. Users will also receive cashback via BTEGPoint up to 5% of the amount spent on the site, and on top of that, buyers may leave a review to get an additional 1 BTEGPoint.

For more information on Btega, please contact info@btega.com or visit btega.com.

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BTEGA | Online Lifestyle Marketplace

Btega was an idea borne out of a growing demand for a marketplace that caters to both fiat and crypto market users. A rampant issue in the ecommerce platform space is a lack of fiat and crypto currencies utility. Btega seeks to offer daily lifestyle products on a multi-currency platform that practices equality, integrity and accessibility.

Contact Info:
Name: Chris
Email: Send Email
Organization: Btega
Address: Marina Square
Phone: 96824113
Website: https://btega.com

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