Vault of Satoshi Adds New Alt-Coins and a CAD Order Book, Coin-to-Coin Trading Imminent

Vault of Satoshi Adds New Alt-Coins and a CAD Order Book, Coin-to-Coin Trading Imminent

We really believe that innovation and a strong focus on user-experience will bring the traders to us and help us become one of the top [virtual currency] exchanges in the world. This is just the beginning for Vault of Satoshi.

In addition to Bitcoin, Litecoin and Peercoin, new alternative cryptocurrencies are now actively trading on the Vault of Satoshi exchange. These include the much-hyped Dogecoin, as well as Namecoin, Primecoin, Feathercoin, and Quarkcoin.

Co-Founder and CEO Mike Curry says, “We’ve seen a lot of interest from our users in many of these alt-coins, especially Dogecoin, so we’ve added all of the top up-and-coming coins. To complement that, we’re also launching coin-to-coin trading in a few days.”

The addition of coin-to-coin trading will allow users to trade directly between a growing array of cryptocurrencies, without having to first convert to US or Canadian dollars. This also relaxes certain restrictions on account verification for those who do not wish to deposit or withdraw dollars.

Curry continues, “You’ll be able to trade across all these coins and never have to deal with dollars or a lengthy account verification process.”

Because of the massive Canadian interest in the Ontario based exchange, Vault of Satoshi has also enabled the ability for Canadians to trade in their home currency, the Canadian dollar, rather than first requiring a conversion to USD.

“Growth inside Canada has been really strong,” says Co-Founder and lead investor Ryan van Barneveld. “We want to be seen as a leading exchange where we’re based, and then use that as a staging platform to spread out into other Bitcoin-friendly countries.”

Co-founder Mike Curry adds, “We really believe that innovation and a strong focus on user-experience will bring the traders to us and help us become one of the top exchanges in the world. This is just the beginning for Vault of Satoshi.”

Vault of Satoshi confirms that the new alt-coins and Canadian dollar order book are live and accessible on their trading platform, with coin-to-coin trading just around the corner.

About Vault of Satoshi

Launched in 2013, Vault of Satoshi is a reputable 100% Canadian owned and operated virtual currency trading platform serving a global market. Vault of Satoshi allows its users to trade fiat currencies (such US dollars) for cryptocurrencies (such as Bitcoin) safely and reliably with other members of the exchange

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