Oobit And Booking And BookingExpert Let You Pay For Your Hotel Reservation With Crypto!

Crypto payment processor Oobit partners with BookingExpert
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Singapore-based crypto payment processor Oobit Technologies Pte. Ltd d/b/a Oobit announced a partnership with hospitality software provider BookingExpert (www.bookingexpert.com). Integrating its booking engine into the Oobit payment gateway will give BookingExpert clients access to the fast-growing demographic of crypto owners. As a result, any hotel using the BookingExpert service can now accept crypto payments within their booking systems.

Key data

Trading nameOobit
Legal entitiesOobit Technologies Ptd Ltd, Singapore
Oobit Technologies OÜ, Estonia
Oobit Technologies UAB, Lithuania
Oobit Technologies Inc. (not found)
JurisdictionsSingapore, Estonia
Lithuania, Italy
RegulatorsFinancial Crime Investigation Service (FCIS) Lithuania
FIU Estonia (archived)
Related individualsChairman: Moshe Schlisser (LinkedIn)
CEO: Amram Adar (LinkedIn)
COO: Aharon Miller (LinkedIn)
Olga Shishkina (Nominee Director)
PartnersMoonPay, Coinbase et al
Facilitated scamsExpressFX, StakingTrades
PayRate42 listingOobit profile on PayRate42

The narrative

Oobit founders Amram Adar and Aharon Miller

Oobit was founded in 2017 as Cryptosys International Ventures Pte Ltd in Singapore and later rebranded into Oobit. They established Oobit Technologies OÜ in Nov 2019 in Estonia and OObit Technologies UAB in Lithuania in 2022.

The two founders are Israelis Amram Adar and Aharon Miller, acting as CEO and COO. The beneficial owners of the group are based in Israel. Olga Shishkina acts as a nominee director of the Estonian entity.

Oobit seems reputable, unlike most other licensed Estonian crypto payment processors. The website presents the team and the links to the social media presences, an approach you will not find with 90% of all other crypto payment processors. Clients can buy cryptocurrencies from Oobit using credit cards. For this purpose, oobit used to cooperate with MoonPay until recently.

Scam involvement

On a negative note, we found Oobit as a payment facilitator in several broker scams such as ExpressFX (here) or StakingTrades (here). Clients (victims) of these scams were forwarded to oobit for deposits via credit cards. They are supposed to buy cryptocurrencies with credit cards, which are then sent to the scammers’ wallets.

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