There’s a new digital asset exchange on the market that offers opportunities for peer-to-peer cryptocurrency trading and a variety of fiat payment options. Bitzlato is a Russian platform integrated with a P2P exchanger that features a web-based version and a Telegram bot buying and selling six cryptocurrencies.
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The integration allows Bitzlato to provide users with a variety of deposit and withdrawal options including bank transfers, payment processors, credit cards and ATMs. Traders in Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and a couple of dozen other countries can use popular services in the region such as those offered by Qiwi, Yandex Money, Sberbank, Tinkoff Bank and many more.
The crypto trading platform, which went live in February, is now processing trades in open beta mode. Bitcoin cash, bitcoin core, ethereum, litecoin, dash, and dogecoin can be traded on Bitzlato. Its team plans to also list the two recently launched privacy-centric cryptocurrencies beam and grin.
This week Bitzlato introduced a new stablecoin for its traders. “Monolith” is an ERC20 token that comes in two variants – a 1:1 ruble-pegged RUBM and a dollar-pegged USDM coin. Monolith transactions are commission-free. The exchange charges a 0.05% maker fee and a taker fee of 0.15%.
The platform maintains a multi-currency online crypto wallet and offers merchants a gateway for accepting payments in both cryptocurrency and fiat money.
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Images courtesy of Shutterstock, Bitzlato.
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