New Bitzlato Crypto Exchange Enables Peer to Peer Trading Integration within Telegram

Bitzlato is a newly launched cryptocurrency exchange platform out of Russia that enables users to have peer-to-peer crypto exchange with many other fiat payment methods.

It allows trading with six different cryptocurrencies and also comes with a web version and a crypto-trading Telegram bot.

Methods of Payment

There are numerous ways of making payments with the new Bitzlato integration which includes

  • Credit cards
  • ATMs
  • Bank transfers
  • Payment Processors

Traders in many countries including; Kazakhstan, Russia, Ukraine etc can use platforms in their regions like Qiwi, Sberbank, Yandex money and much more.

The digital asset exchange platform, which was launched in February, now trades in open beta mode.

Cryptocurrencies Traded on Bitzlato

The Crypto assets traded on Bitzlato are:

  • Litecoin
  • Bitcoin core
  • Ethereum
  • Bitcoin Cash
  • Dash
  • Dogecoin

The Developers also plan on adding two new privacy prioritized cryptocurrencies, Grin and Beam to the flock.


The exchange platform recently introduced a new stablecoin for its users, “MONOLITH” which is an ERC20 commision free token. The Monolith comes in dual versions RUBM coin ( 1:1 Ruble Pegged) and USDM coin (Dollar pegged). Bitzlato has a maker and taker fee of 0.05% and 0.15% respectively, but without commission fees on transactions.

The digital asset provides and supports a multi-crypto digital wallet and allows traders to make payments via crypto assets or fiat money.

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