Vault of Satoshi Launches Coin-To-Coin Trading

Vault of Satoshi Launches Coin-To-Coin Trading

Crypto-currency exchange Vault of Satoshi today announced the launch of coin-to-coin trading, allowing the service's user base to trade from "any coin to any coin" without having to start with bitcoin and litecoin first. The move will allow for greater flexibility on the platform, particularly for those who aren't interested in trading for major crypto-currencies like those listed above. The exchange's Director of Marketing noted that coin-to-coin trading is not subject to the same verification restrictions, like those applicable when trading to fiat. "Users who create an account, and are....


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The decision to bring virtual currency within the scope of our regulatory framework should be viewed by those who respect and obey the basic rule of law as a positive development for this sector. It recognizes the innovation virtual currencies provide, and the benefits they might offer society.

Jennifer Shasky Calvery, the director of the Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Ne