Bitget Wallet added support for the euro, ruble and Japanese yen

Bitget_Wallet's_quick_purchase_feature now_supports_currencies
Bitget_Wallet's_quick_purchase_feature now_supports_currencies

The developers of the cryptocurrency wallet Bitget Wallet (formerly BitKeep) have expanded the capabilities of the “Quick Buy” service by introducing support for the euro, Russian ruble and Japanese yen. Representatives of the project informed ForkLog about this.

“Quick Buy” is a solution for exchanging digital assets with support for Visa, PayPal, Mastercard, ApplePay, GooglePay, as well as payment gateways MoonPay, Alchemy Pay, Simplex, FaTPay, Banxa and Transak.

The service provides access to the Bitget P2P platform, 10 blockchains and more than 50 tokens, including Bitcoin (BTC), Tether (USDT), USD Coin (USDC), Ethereum (ETH), etc.

In March, cryptocurrency exchange Bitget invested $30 million in Bitget Wallet at a valuation of $300 million and became its controlling shareholder.

“We strive to provide users with the most convenient Web3 wallet with competitive prices, where they can not only manage assets, but also expand their cryptocurrency portfolio. To achieve these goals, we plan to introduce secure asset management, the Watch-Only Wallet function and staking services into Bitget Wallet,” commented Gracie Chen, managing director of the Bitget crypto exchange.

Bitget Wallet is a multi-chain wallet with support for more than 80 networks, and is part of the Bitget ecosystem of centralized (CeFi) and decentralized (DeFi) financial products.

Previously, Bitget launched the EmpowerX fund for $100 million.

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