bitFlyer’s American And European Crypto Exchange Adds Five Cryptocurrencies On Its Platform
The exchange’s U.S sister platform lists three of the five digital assets on its platform.
bitFlyer announced the addition of five digital assets to its Europe and U.S customers including Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum Classic (ETC) and Litecoin (LTC) on Sept 23. The Japan based cryptocurrency exchange is aiming to expand its market reach across the globe offering new assets to trade for their customers.
BitFlyer New Market in Europe and U.S
The official post confirms pairs of five cryptocurrencies will begin trading immediately on their platform i.e. BCH, ETC, LTC, Lisk (LSK), and Monacoin (MONA). However, the exchange will limit the U.S customers to only the first three cryptocurrencies due to regulations on digital assets. The report further read,
“Those new altcoins give our users access to some of the largest virtual currency markets in the world. We are staying true to our mission of “making the world simpler with Blockchain” by giving everyone the ability to purchase those currencies instantly, securely and directly from a regulated platform.”
The Tokyo-based exchange is expanding its market from the Asian region to other parts of the world. Japanese customers were the first to receive the trading services of the crypto pairs above whereby customers easily buy, sell and trade fiat to crypto on the platform.
The co-head at bitFlyer Europe, Andy Bryant, looks forward to offer customers a seamless, cheaper and instant channel to obtains some of the “largest and most exciting altcoins in the world. The exchange is expanding its liquidity by adding new altcoins and expanding its Buy/Sell offers. He continued,
“By leveraging our experience in Japan, we can offer our European and US customers the same level of speed, simplicity and transparency as we already do for those trading Bitcoin and Ethereum.”
bitFlyer Focus on Onboarding new Customers
Earlier in the year, BEG reported BitFlyer Europe’s plans to expand its market by offering simplified buying and selling solutions to their customers. The new service is an extension of the Lightning Network with an aim to increase customer participation and increase liquidity on their platforms.