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Coinome: The First ‘Crypto-Currency’ Exchange In India Dealing In 20 ‘Mainstream Crypto-Currencies’


11/27/2017


BillDesk has launched the first exchange for crypto-currencies in Indian market.



Last week, Mumbai, India based Billdesk, a “payment gateway”, has launched the “first crypto-currency exchange” of India, called “Coinome”.
 
Users will be able to board Coinome transaction vide “Instant e-KYC” and carry on “almost imeidately” their transaction in “crypto-currencies” post registration.
 
Moreover, the said exchange also features “instant deposits” which could be accessed through the payment gateway, while “instant withdrawals” is also another option. As a result, users can carry on their transactions irrespective of “weekends or business holidays”.
 
By the year of 2018, the exchange has plans of supporting “20 mainstream crypto-currencies”. The headquarter of Coinome is in Mumbai, while it belongs to the “Hatio Innovations Pvt. Ltd”, the latter being a “wholly owned subsidiary of BillDesk”. While, the chief executive officer of Coinome, Vivek Steve Francis added:
“We would fundamentally like to provide Indian users with a secure and convenient means for buying or selling Bitcoins, and other crypto-currencies and promoting the same within Indian masses as commercially viable alternatives for building their digital assets”.
 
The expertise of BillDesk in “secure online payments” will help the new exchange to promote “crypto-currencies as viable avenues for investments, transactions, and building digital assets”. In the words of the Director as well as the Co-founder of BillDesk, Srinivasu MN:
“Advancements in Blockchain, as well as crypto-currency space, are happening at a rapid pace. We are making the long-term bet that digital currencies are going to be powering transactions in the future and change the way consumers and organizations interact and transact with one another.”
 
Coinome is an “open order book crypto-currency exchange” which has put of “optimum price” offers for users’ to discover.
 
 
References:
moneycontrol.com







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