Formerly known as Moneybookers, the popular online payment operator Skrill has just announced big news in the crypto space. Skrill adds coins, including Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), and Litecoin (LTC).
We know lots of people want to experiment with #cryptocurrency trading but don’t know where to start, so we made the entire process easy.
— Skrill (@skrill) July 25, 2018
Skrill Adds Coins
As per a press release via PaySafe, Skrill will now be allowing its customers to buy and sell cryptocurrencies. Skrill is a leading digital wallet provider that is a part of the Paysafe group.
Skrill will offer the buying and selling of Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH). On the Skrill platform, there are 40+ fiat currencies you can use to purchase the digital tokens.
CEO of Skrill, Lorenzo Pellegrino, commented on the press release and said:
“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.”
Skrill Wallet Features
To buy the digital tokens, all customers need to do is log into their account and access the ‘Exchange.’ In just a couple of clicks, users of Skrill can buy, hold, and sell digital currencies quickly and easily.
Skrill buys and holds the cryptocurrency via a major crypto exchange. The Skrill wallet also gives customers the ability to upload funds with various payment options and currencies. Skrill prides itself on its easy-to-use and speedy platform.
Skrill’s new cryptocurrencies capability is currently live in over 30 countries.
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