Mollie compared to ForumPay



PSP Features of Mollie compared to ForumPay
Amsterdam, NetherlandsHQ BasedZurrieq, Malta
Daily, fixed in EuroSettlements
Supported Merchants
Cost per tx + transaction feeFee structure
Bank fees
BitcoinPayment Methods
Recurring Payments
Developer Friendly
Apple Pay Support
Point of Sale Support
Unsupported Paid Feature Supported Unknown



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.


Forumpay is a Crypto Currency Exchange based out of Lithuania. ForumPay got acquired in 2019, and with it’s new CoFounders William Erbey and Joshua Tate set out to revolutionize the Crypto Payment industry.

ForumPay does not disclose any customers currently integrating their payment solution.