CoinSuper is Capitalizing As a New Competitor on the Coin Exchange Market
Coin Exchanges have been facing a mixed bag of a year in terms of their relationships with local governments across the world. The most recent examples being the recent raiding of coin exchanges in South Korea after overtures for a lighter approach were passed over.
Earlier in the month, major crypto exchange, Upbit was raided by South Korean authorities due to ongoing issues surrounding its anti-laundering policy. This raid represented a stark wake-up call for exchanges to get with the anti-laundering programme in countries like S.Korea.
Companies like the up and coming CoinSuper have this in mind with lessons from larger counterparts very recently added to its memory. Established in October 2017, CoinSuper is a Hong Kong-based cryptocurrency exchange company, seeking to expand the reach of cryptos just off the coast from its firmer neighbours.
CoinSuper provides its customers with four distinct features to help it win new converts and those from other exchanges.
- Security – Bank level user data encryption software, including dynamic authentication systems and multi-level risk identification to prevent any chance of fraud.
- Wallet Protection – Multi-layer encryption for user wallets and safe offline storage in bank safes to ensure safety.
- Convenience and Efficiency – Instant recharge, efficient withdraw, High-performance engines, capable of handling 10,000 orders per second.
- Consistently Professional Service – Boasting a professional customer service team, online service consultation and one-on-one services for VIP members.
CoinSuper‘s reputation has already allowed it to gain a deal to host the fourth largest cryptocurrency so far, EOS. In a press statement sent out by the company on the 29th May, ConSuper will be implementing the token swap as of June 2nd.