bitFlyer App

Japanese Crypto Exchange BitFlyer App on Its Way in Europe and the US

Japanese crypto trade bitFlyer has declared the dispatch of the bitFlyer application over Europe and the United States.

Established in 2014, bitFlyer is Japan’s biggest bitcoin trade by exchanging volume and one of the biggest on the planet. It is the first bitcoin exchange to be managed in Japan, the US, and Europe.

The bitFlyer app, which is accessible for free on the two iOS and Android gadgets, will enable clients to purchase and sell bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum Classic (ETC), Monacoin (MONA) and Lisk (LSK). As indicated by the firm, the application will make it much simpler for clients to purchase and sell crypto, while as yet clinging to the equally powerful know your client (KYC) and check models as the bitFlyer site.

“With our Buy/Sell platform, we strived to create a simpler, faster and even more transparent experience where everyone can buy cryptocurrencies in just a few minutes and from a reputable source,” said Andy Bryant, Co-head and COO at bitFlyer Europe. “Now with the bitFlyer app, this is even more convenient for users. We are staying true to our mission of making the world simpler with blockchain, by making the transparency, security and simplicity of our robust trading platforms available via a quick, single app download.”

Existing bitFlyer clients will be able to sign on to the application with their current record details, while new clients can enroll by using an email address, and contributing the important data for KYC methods to store and start exchanging.

“With the new bitFlyer apps, we are bringing the reliability, security and experience of Japan’s market leader to our European and American customers, closing the gap between our service offerings and creating a truly global and regulated exchange product,” said Yuzo Kano, bitFlyer founder and CEO of bitFlyer USA.

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