CoinCorner Launches European Market

CoinCorner Launches European Market

CoinCorner, the Isle of Man based bitcoin exchange, has announced the launch of its European service.

Buying and selling bitcoins on CoinCorner has always been accessible to users across Europe, however previously, it has only been possible in GBP. The launch of the new service means that European customers now have the ability to buy and sell bitcoins on CoinCorner in EUR.

“We receive a lot of interest from European countries, but have historically held off launching our Euro platform as we were concentrating on growing our UK focused business. There are a number of exchanges and platforms to buy bitcoin on across Europe, but we feel our on boarding process is by far one of the quickest and easiest.” – Danny Scott, CTO.

As well as adding another currency to its services, CoinCorner has introduced SEPA payments for users with a European bank account. Previously, customers have had the option to buy bitcoins with their credit or debit card, as well as via international bank transfer, but with the addition of SEPA, buying bitcoins on CoinCorner is now easier than ever.

CoinCorner has also announced its new “simple buy” feature. Customers can deposit funds to their account in order to buy bitcoins and the purchase will complete as soon as CoinCorner receives the funds - whether that be via SEPA, credit/debit card (in Euros) or international bank transfer.

In addition to the launch of the new market, CoinCorner has announced that it will be rolling out its website in a number of different languages over the coming months, in order to cater for its growing European customer base.

“Analysis has shown that a significant number of visitors to our site do not speak English as their first language. Our aim is to make bitcoin as easy as possible for everyone and in order to do this, we have decided to offer our services in a variety of languages, starting with German. We’re always looking for ways to improve the user experience.” - Molly Spiers, Marketing Manager.

About CoinCorner

CoinCorner Ltd is an Isle of Man based universal Bitcoin solution provider whose aim is to increase the global adoption of crypto-currency by providing easy to use technological solutions.

The company is currently speaking with investors to help continue their expansion.


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