Too Much Media Finalizes CoinGate Integration as Crypto Payment Solution

Too Much Media Finalizes CoinGate Integration as Crypto Payment Solution

Morganville, NJ — The cryptocurrency market rose above $300 billion last year which has fueled digital business owners in the industry to capitalize on that growth and seek additional payment methods for their consumer base. Too Much Media, "the leading software provider for digital membership businesses in the adult industry," is bridging the gap between cryptocurrency payment processing and program owners with the addition of Coingate as their latest integration.

"Since the explosion last year of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in the marketplace, we've seen an uptick in requests by clients to provide crypto payment solutions in our NATS platform," said John M. of Too Much Media. "We are pleased to announce that we've finalized an integration with CoinGate in our NATS platform and it's available now."

Clients wishing to take advantage of this right away can review information about CoinGate on their website and submit a ticket to our team for setup.

According to a rep, "CoinGate is a leading cryptocurrency payment service provider in Europe. Operating since 2014, the company enables more than 4,000 merchants to accept Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash and a number of other popular cryptocurrencies as a means of payment. For a flat 1 percent rate and no additional costs or hidden margins, merchants can receive settlements directly to their bank accounts in Euros at no risk of exchange rate volatility, or withdraw funds in cryptocurrencies."

For more information about CoinGate, visit or email

Too Much Media is a New Jersey-based software company that develops and supports a suite of web-based products for digital businesses, including "the industry leading NATS subscription management and affiliate platform." For more information about Too Much Media, visit or email John M. at

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