KoinKoin Announces Full Launch of Digital Assets Exchange Services in Nigeria.

KoinKoin Announces Full Launch of Digital Assets Exchange Services in Nigeria.
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    KoinKoin has announced the full launch of its Digital Assets Exchange services in Nigeria.

    London-based KoinKoin announced late on Thursday 4th of June 2020 that their cryptocurrency exchange is now fully functional and ready for trading after almost a year of beta testing and UAT.  

    KoinKoin’s digital asset exchange services are immediately available and users can readily make deposits and withdrawals with their Naira based credit and debit cards. 

    You can use your card to buy Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin.   

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    KoinKoin’s digital asset exchange offers peer to peer exchange services as well as a direct fiat to cryptocurrency exchange.

    In addition to their cryptocurrency exchange services, KoinKoin has also delivered the first marketplace application underpinned by Ethereum.  

    KoinKoin Social Commerce is available in both android and iOS versions and allows retailers and wholesalers to sell their products directly to their personal and social media networks.  

    All transactions are completed in Ethereum allowing both buyer and seller from various regions across Africa to trade without the hindrance of foreign exchange whilst simultaneously offering privacy and confidentiality for all completed sales.

    Founder and CEO of KoinKoin, Ola Atose is excited about the official launch, stating his deep gratitude to the KoinKoin team for all their hard work over the past months. 

    Ola Atose and team are already looking ahead to delivering digital exchange services across Ghana, South Africa, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda later on this year.


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