EO.Finance has launched a crypto-fiat gateway. Now it is possible to buy cryptocurrencies directly from the wallet using your debit or credit card, the maximum amount per single transaction is $25,000. Right now EO.Finance works with 40 different cryptos, and soon even more currencies will become available for purchase.
The introduction of crypto purchases made using traditional fiat payments is much in demand, and will allow EO.Finance to provide ease of access to the crypto market for new and experienced traders alike.
Until recently banks were anxious to ban any crypto companies they encountered. Making it almost impossible to purchase cryptos with a traditional bank card. Now those banks have agreed to work to with licensed companies, a sign of how quickly times are changing. EO.Finance which is operated by EOTRADEX, holds European licenses for crypto wallet #FVR000161 and crypto-fiat exchange #FRK000193
The forthcoming update of EO.Finance will introduce even more currencies available for purchase. Whilst the addition of a function allowing traders to convert cryptocurrencies into fiat, and then withdraw those same funds to card are well underway.
EO Coin is the heart of the EO ecosystem, which includes numerous products from EO.Finance to the upcoming EO.Trade crypto exchange. Paying commission on transactions with the EO Coin will also come with significant discounts on both EO.Finance and EO.Trade.
The Airdrop which has been scheduled to take place on December 20th will see 44 million EO Coins distributed equally amongst coin holders. Then in February the burn will take place with 459 million EO Coins being burnt to further benefit EO Coin Hodlers with a reduction in total circulation.
It is now possible to buy EO Coins with your bank card through the EO.Finance wallet.
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