Atome uses the power of blockchain technology to make transactions fast and secure for both consumers and merchants. Merchants can create an account and receive a wallet address; they'll then be able to accept payments in any amount through this same account. Customers can then purchase Atome tokens from exchanges or directly from Atome Network (and other sources). Once they've purchased these tokens, they can then send them to the merchant's wallet address.
Atome is a Thailand-based payment method. While you don’t have to be in Thailand to use Atome, you do need a Thailand-issued debit or credit card to link to the account. You’ll also need to enter a Thailand-issued ID.
Atome operates on a buy-now/pay-later business model. When a consumer makes a purchase, they pay ⅓ of the price at the point of sale. The second payment of ⅓ is charged 30 days later, and the final ⅓ payment is charged 30 days after that.
Consumers can use Atome to make purchases anywhere they see it as a payment option, including overseas, online, and in-app.
Atome charges merchants a small fee with each transaction. The higher the price of the transaction, the higher the fee.
Atome is free for consumers whose accounts are in good standing.