Skrill payment service adds the option of buying and selling cryptocurrencies

Skrill payment service adds the option of buying and selling cryptocurrencies

Skrill is a leading digital wallet and online payments provider in the Paysafe Group, has launched a new offer for a cryptocurrency that allows users from more than 30 countries to instantly buy and sell Bitcoin, BCash, Litecoin, and Ethereum. The new option enables the exchange of digital money to more than 40 national currencies available in the wallet Skrill.

Innovation from Skrill is available through the affiliate cryptocurrency exchange that facilitates buying and selling of cryptocurrencies, but in some cases acts as a repository in accordance with the terms of service .

Skrill plans to release a mobile app and digital wallet Neteller Paysafe in the next few months.

“The world of cryptocurrency trading is exciting and dynamic, and our digital wallet is very suitable for this environment,— said Lorenzo Pellegrino, CEO of Skrill, Neteller and Access Access — I’m sure the ability to quickly and easily trade cryptocurrencies via Skrill will appeal to consumers, both now and in the future”

“We know that many people want to experiment with the cryptocurrency trade, but don’t know where to begin, and we have made the whole process very simple”.

Skrill, formerly Moneybookers, provider of online payments and remittances. Customers can also purchase a pre-paid Skrill card associated with the account in one of four currencies: USD, EUR, PLN and GBP. The card works in the payment network MasterCard.

The launch of Skrill Cryptocurrency Service comes at a time when an increasing number of traditional financial service providers are taking advantage of the frenzy around cryptocurrencies. In June, Square received a license to provide to residents of the state of new York the opportunity to buy and sell Bitcoin through its Cash app.

At the same time, Stripe, another leading startups in online payments, has stopped supporting Bitcoin, although four years earlier, was the first major company to support bitcoin payments. In Stripe referred to the volatility of cryptocurrencies and for a long time transactions.

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