Skrill now lets you buy cryptocurrencies like BTC, ETH inside their app
Renowned global payment solutions company, Skrill, now lets you buy, sell and trade cryptocurrencies. The cryptocurrencies include Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), Ethereum Classic (ETC) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH).
The company made the announcement through their Twitter handle. They tweeted: “#CryptoNews: from today, you can buy and sell $BTC, $ETH, $ETC, $LTC and $BCH in the Skrill app. Download now to take advantage of price movements – without owning any assets.”
The company owned by the Paysafe Group is a renowned online payment provider, and a digital wallet. Also, founded in 2001, it has let users send and receive money online with their seamless payment solution.
The company writes on their official platform. “Skrill has been making digital payments simple, secure and quick since 2001. We’re an acknowledged world-leader in developing global payment solutions for people’s business and pleasure, whether they’re depositing funds on a gaming site, buying online or sending money to family and friends.”
About the Announcement
The Cryptocurrency Service of Skrill is facilitated using a partner cryptocurrency exchange firm. Furthermore, the company lets its users and customers buy, sell and trade cryptocurrencies and digital assets using their national currency. Furthermore, the service is available in more than 40 countries.
Lorenzo Pellegrino, CEO of Skrill, Neteller and Income Access stated this. “The world of cryptocurrency trading is exciting and dynamic, and our digital wallet service very much lends itself to this environment. I’m confident that the ability to trade in cryptocurrencies quickly and easily through Skrill will appeal to consumers both now and in the future. We know many people want to experiment with cryptocurrency trading but don’t know where to start and we’ve made the entire process very straightforward.”
Furthermore, Skrill’s Cryptocurrency Service announcement was timed perfectly. Stripe, one of the leading online payment provider platform of our time, ended their support for cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. The grievance was with the cryptocurrency’s high fees and slow transaction time.
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