BitFlyer Announces New Cryptocurrency Listings for Europe and America

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The cryptocurrency market has grown exceedingly fast over the past few years, and one of the biggest reasons behind such hyper-growth is the existence of exchanges like BitFlyer. There was a time when even those who were interested in buying cryptocurrencies could not actually do so because of the absence of many dependable platforms.

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However, the establishment of crypto exchanges made it possible, and one of the most important ones in this regards is BitFlyer. The company has subsidiaries in both the United States and Europe. Today, it made a major announcement that would give its customers access to more cryptocurrencies.

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In a new development, the company announced that customers of its exchange in Europe as well as in the United States will now be able to buy, sell, and trade in new cryptocurrencies. For its European customers, BitFlyer is adding Monacoin (MONA), Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Lisk (LSK), and Ethereum Classic.

The customers in America will now able to buy and sell Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, and Ethereum Classic. This is, without a doubt, a major development for not only the company but also the overall crypto ecosystem. The higher the number of reliable exchanges, the higher the possibility of more people investing in crypto.

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BitFlyer is based out of Japan and is one of the oldest crypto exchanges in the world. The Chief Operating Officer of the company’s European operations, Andy Bryant, spoke about the development and stated it widens the number of options for all its American and European customers significantly.

He said, “By adding new altcoins, we are expanding BitFlyer’s Buy/Sell offer significantly, giving our customers instant access to some of the largest and most exciting altcoins in the world.” He went on to add that these coins had earlier only been available to the Japanese customers of BitFlyer.

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