BitPay compared to Mollie



PSP Features of BitPay compared to Mollie
Georgia, Atlanta, USAHQ BasedAmsterdam, Netherlands
SettlementsDaily, fixed in Euro
Bitpay keeps a list of supported merchants on their websiteSupported Merchants
1% of transaction / could be more for high-risk industriesFee structureCost per tx + transaction fee
Bank fees
Too many to list, available on the API currency list requestPayment MethodsBitcoin
Recurring Payments
Developer Friendly
Consumer Cards support Apply PayApple Pay Support
Point of Sale Support
Unsupported Paid Feature Supported Unknown



American based Bitpay was founded in 2011.

Bitpay’s founders were early to the bitcoin movement and decided to go all in on this opportunity by building a bridge between the digital and traditional way of transacting globally.

Bitpay maintains a directory of places you can use cryptocurrencies to exchange for goods (vouchers, gift cards, or products), and plans to build more open tools in the future to be of use to the public.


Mollie, founded in 2004 by the Adriaan Mol, selling text messages to a mostly technical audience. The texting space changed when payments ecosystem. Mollie was an early adoptor of this new way of payments, and made a pivot to PSP and micro transaction payment provider.

Mollie grew into it’s PSP role early 2006/2007, and has not stopped there. Mollie is investing heavily in new and disruptie technologies. Mollie has been accepting Bitcoin Since 2014, however they announced to stop taking Bitcoin payments in q2 2019 due to skewed cost-benefit ratios on the payments.