United Yacht Sales Now Accepts Crypto Payments With ForumPay


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United Yacht Sales

United Yacht Sales

In a very competitive market, it made sense to give our clients selling their yachts a larger pool of potential buyers.

– Captain Jeff Palmer, President of United Yacht Sales.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, December 22, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – ForumPay, the global provider of cryptocurrency payment technologies, today announced that United Yacht Sales is now authorized to accept crypto payments. Customers of the world’s largest network of yacht buyers and sellers can now deposit and buy their new boat using their favorite cryptocurrency from their favorite wallet.

Buying your new boat with crypto at United Yacht Sales is easy and secure. The buyer simply scans the QR code presented online via an email payment link or in person via a payment terminal to send the funds. ForumPay technology instantly converts crypto sent from the consumer’s wallet to fiat at the best conversion rate available for deposit with United Yacht Sales’ bank to complete the transaction. The payment process is transparent and fully automated, with no risk of potential crypto price volatility.

Josh Tate, CEO and Co-Founder of ForumPay, said, “We are very excited about the news today and working with United Yacht Sales to make crypto payments accessible to hundreds of millions. of cryptocurrency consumers around the world. Crypto holders can now diversify their crypto investments and profit from their crypto wealth by buying yachts with United Yacht Sales.

“In a highly competitive market, it made sense to give our customers selling their yachts a larger pool of potential buyers,” said Captain Jeff Palmer, President of United Yacht Sales. “Adding the ability to buy a yacht with cryptocurrency does that. The transaction for the seller is no different at all. They receive the funds for their yacht as they normally would. ForumPay does an exceptional job, making it a transparent process for all parties involved.

ForumPay is a full-service fiat payment technology company. Our core processing technology helps businesses attract new customers, optimize customers’ ability to spend, and increase revenue by welcoming over 300 million crypto consumers globally. Our wallet agnostic solution enables the entire crypto consumer community to spend with their preferred cryptocurrency and from their preferred wallet for all purchases from everyday goods and services to automobiles, to the real estate and now to yachts. Our services eliminate the trader’s exposure or risk by processing the transaction with instant conversion from crypto to traditional currency. Our merchants simply receive their payments in the currency of their choice directly to their preferred bank account. The transactional experience is the same as accepting other popular payment options, including cash, credit cards, and wire transfers, but simpler, faster, and more secure.

In today’s competitive environment, ForumPay is a great tool for businesses to gain a serious competitive advantage with the world’s fastest growing consumer segment. Over 5.6 million wallets were downloaded in January of this year alone. Studies show that 40% of consumers who spend crypto with merchants are in fact new customers for the merchant, hence our characterization of ForumPay as a customer acquisition tool. Additionally, crypto consumers have been shown to spend twice as much AOV as that of a typical credit card consumer illustrating the attractive and affluent demographics.

United Yacht Sales was founded in 2002 with a different vision for a professional yacht brokerage company, which went above and beyond to support its agents and clients. Today, United Yacht Sales has more than 200 yacht brokers worldwide, 20 offices and has the largest network of boat buyers and sellers in the industry. By 2021, nearly 7,000 yachts had been sold and delivered.


Captain Jeff Palmer – President of United Yacht Sales
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