CoinCorner Launches as Isle of Man's First Cryptocurrency Exchange

CoinCorner Launches as Isle of Man's First Cryptocurrency Exchange

A startup called CoinCorner claims it has launched as the first digital currency exchange on the Isle of Man, a British Crown dependency. The exchange offers customers the chance buy and sell bitcoin, and trade litecoin, bitcoin and dogecoin, with fees starting from 0.25%. It says it has future plans to provide more options for both fiat and digital currencies. Effectively, CoinCorner is offering a peer-to-peer marketplace where customers can trade cryptocurrency with other users on the platform, or buy and sell bitcoin. "We provide the mechanism so that buyers and sellers get their....


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