Countless hours of research and work may soon pay off as 3dcart, an increasingly popular ecommerce platform with more than 16,000 global merchants, outlines its 2013 Q3 roadmap and gets ready to release v6.0 in late July.
The new release of 3dcart promises to deliver supported payments of Bitcoins through BitPay, payment processing via Dwolla, a full integration of
"During 2013, we have invested many resources in our company and platform. This year will set a milestone in the history of 3dcart,” said
Soon after the release of v6.0, 3dcart will bring a redesigned administration panel to provide an updated and tablet-ready interface. Users can also expect a new frontend template engine that will allow for responsive templates along with a reimagined
“With the 3dcart v6.0 release, we’re positioning ourselves as one of the first hosted ecommerce platforms to support Bitcoins, which gives our merchants an advantage over the competition,” said 3dcart’s CTO
Many of the upgrades in v6.0 were inspired by 3dcart’s users, ensuring that changes made are changes sought by those already using its shopping cart software.
For more information about 3dcart’s upcoming version 6.0, please visit http://www.3dcart.com/v6
Founded in 1997, 3dcart is a complete and robust ecommerce platform designed to help e-store owners thrive in a competitive market. With hundreds of features built directly into the software, online merchants can effectively open, operate and maintain a successful online store with relative ease and efficiency. 3dcart currently powers more than 16,000 global merchants, and its support team is always available at no additional cost 24/7/365. 3dcart is a Visa PCI Certified provider and a pioneer in mobile commerce and social media marketing. Fully scalable and completely customizable, 3dcart continues to be the ecommerce solution of choice by industry experts all over the world.
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