AUD Cryptocurrency Trading 2FA Security Direct Deposit Services Launched

Multi cryptocurrency exchange CoinSpot updated its range of trading services for both beginners and experienced cryptocurrency traders. The Australian cryptocurrency platform is easy to use and makes the process of buying and selling cryptocurrency hassle-free.

Melbourne, Australia - November 16, 2019 /PressCable/ —

CoinSpot, an extremely safe and secure Australian multi cryptocurrency exchange, announced the launch of an updated range of trading services for beginners and experienced Bitcoin and cryptocurrency enthusiasts. As one of Australia’s earliest cryptocurrency exchanges, CoinSpot offers top-quality safety features and the largest selection of blockchain assets of any Australian Exchange.

More information can be found at http://cryptolana.com

Over the years, Australia has established a pattern of proactive cryptocurrency regulation. The newly launched cryptocurrency trading services at CoinSpot make it easy and accessible for people worldwide to experience digital currencies.

Headquartered in Melbourne and founded by Russell Wilson in 2013. CoinSpot is a very secure and well regulated site, offering over 50 cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, DASH, Dogecoin, Litecoin, and many more.

In addition, the trading platform provides a wide range of excellent low or no fee options for deposits and withdrawals. As such, all coins and tokens can be quickly and easily deposited and withdrawn.

CoinSpot takes the security of its client very seriously. CoinSpot users must use two-factor verification, meaning that even if their password is compromised nobody can log onto a customer’s account unless they also have that person’s mobile phone.

CoinSpot is registered under an Australian Business number (ABN). The exchange is also a member of the Australian Digital Commerce Association and complies with Australia’s latest Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorist Financing laws.

With the latest update, CoinSpot strives to enable anybody to enter the digital currency market, while promoting the widespread acceptance of digital currency assets.

According to the official website of CoinSpot, “CoinSpot prides itself as a leader in the digital currency market and aims to provide superior customer service. Join CoinSpot today, and leverage the largest liquidity Over-The-Counter trading desk with access to the widest variety of crypto assets in Australia.”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Leanne Hill
Email: Send Email
Organization: CoinSpot
Address: 114 William Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3000, Australia
Website: http://cryptolana.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88934382

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