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Global Digital Pay online payment system

Global Digital Pay

Updated on October 21, 2009
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General Information

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Global Digital Pay is fully owned by Digital Trade Network Ltd, a British Virgin Islands company, incorporated in 2008. Its owners have been involved in the digital currency exchange industry since 2002.

After many turbulent years of fraudulent or incompetent digital currency payment providers creating uncertainty and mistrust in the industry, it became obvious that a new digital currency was needed urgently.

This new digital currency had to be immediately accepted as trustworthy and managed by an experienced team that had an existing track record of consistency, honesty and credibility. Hence, Global Digital Pay was founded.

Classic Digital Currency Our objective is to provide a unique experience encompassing the business model of the 'classic' digital currency, which in our eyes consists of privacy, security, borderless international transactions, non returnable payments and low fees.

Global Digital Pay is a private offshore internet payment system with Digital Trade Network Ltd handling the currency reserves that back up the complete system.

Digital Trade Network Ltd owns the offshore bank accounts that we use to store fiat currency and acts as the interface between our wholesale clients (Exchangers) and the actual payment system.

Free Trade Advocates Our system is designed to be simple and extremely safe to use. We do not store credit card, bank account or other digital currency account details, as they are not used in our system.

We only ask for minimal personal details and only require verification for transactions over certain limits.

We are free trade advocates and with our low fee structure, we have opened up a new trading universe for existing and emerging economies.

We truly are your ultimate online payment solution.



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Global Digital Pay is determined to be competitive and cost effective. So we have a simple fee structure with no hidden surprises.

Account opening

Pay/Transfer funds

Receive funds
USD 1% plus 0.01c (maximum fee capped at USD 1.99) per transaction.
EUR 1% plus 0.01c (maximum fee capped at EUR 1.50) per transaction.
GBP 1% plus 0.01p (maximum fee capped at GBP 1.25) per transaction.

Security PIN reset
Free - a fee of 0.35c (per reset) may be introduced in the future.

Integration approaches


Information for developers

Merchants API

Add Global Digital Pay as payment option on your web site!

We have many types of API/SCI (Application Program Interface/Shopping Cart Interface) functions.
  • EasyPay - Simple, quick and instant payment link creator
  • PayNow - Instant payment button creator with custom fields and encryption
  • API Integration - Full payment integration for web site developers
  • Balance Check - Automatically created customizable account balance script
  • GDP Seal - Account status graphic to add to your web site
EasyPay and PayNow can be easily created using our configuration forms. No development skills are required, so simple text links or secure encrypted buttons can be added to your web site in seconds. You can add many parameters to suit your product or service. Our EasyPay and PayNow button creation forms are available in Merchant Tools section of your account.

Recent news

Posted on October 3, 2011
Current Operational Problems

GDP Management have released a statement to update account holders on the current operational problems.

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Posted on June 6, 2011
SSL Certificate

We are renewing our SSL Certificate and it should be uploaded by Tuesday 7th June. Sorry for the inconvenience.

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Posted on April 28, 2011
50% Bonus if you Deposit funds in Gorgon Project Invest

In a massive promotion we have teamed up with No.1 Investment web site Gorgon Project Invest to offer a huge 50% bonus.

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Posted on March 7, 2011
Debit Card Program Closed

Due to unforeseen circumstances we have had to close our debit card service.

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Posted on December 10, 2010
Scheduled Maintenance on 10th December 2010

We have to take the site down for a few minutes at 10.00GMT on 10th December 2010.

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