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BitPrime Further Expands Cryptocurrency Offerings In NZ

Published: Tue 23 Oct 2018 04:36 PM
BitPrime, New Zealand’s premier cryptocurrency retailer, has recently listed Kin (KIN), SmartCash (SMART) and Elastos (ELA) in response to customer demand and to grow the availability of cryptocurrencies in New Zealand. Adding these coins to the company’s reserves also helps to increase liquidity in the country and foster relationships.
Kin (KIN), derived from the word kinship, is a cryptocurrency aimed to “ring people together in a new shared economy and will serve as the foundation for a decentralised ecosystem of digital services”. The original KIN token sale in September 2017 raised almost NZD$150m from over 10,000 individuals spanning 117 countries.
Smart Cash (SMART) is a blockchain platform focused on community governance and cooperation concerning a decentralised economy. Last week, SmartCash (@scashofficial) tweeted they were “very excited about [their] new NZD/SMART fiat gateway which offers New Zealanders an easy way to buy SmartCash”.
Elastos (ELA) is looking to build the internet of the future, utilising blockchain technology. The platform focusses on data ownership, scalability, and digital assets. "Smartweb is a web of Apps and DApps. We are creating an operating system for the Smartweb." - Chen Rong, Founder of Elastos.
Currently serving over 9,000 Kiwis, BitPrime makes it easy for “everyday New Zealander’s” to securely buy and sell crypto for NZD. BitPrime focuses on educating and supporting their customers to understand crypto and the underlying blockchain technology. BitPrime is a registered Financial Services Provider employing robust ID verification processes and anti-fraud measures.
To find out more information about these newly listed coins, or join BitPrime, visit https://www.bitprime.co.nz

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