DUBLIN, Ireland — This week, Bitsane launched its cryptocurrency exchange, which the company claims will create new industry standards for digital currency exchange platforms.
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Bitsane in a Process of Constant Improvement
Supporting bitcoin and Ether, among other coins, the company boasts its upcoming variety of deposit and withdrawal options. However, according to a press release, the exchange only supports wire transfers, SEPA and OKPay as of press time.
Also proud of its security, the company said that it provides only the best, hoping to prevent hacks similar to those suffered by many platforms.
In the press release, Bitsane claimed that its security measures are “state-of-the-art,” with features such as “network protection, up-to-date infrastructure, network backup, advanced monitoring and cold storage.”
Additionally, the exchange offers a mobile application with fully-functioning exchange options. Developers also have the option of using the company’s API to build their own cryptocurrency applications backed by Bitsane’s tools and services.
Furthermore, if a customer runs into issues, the exchange claims to have a constantly-available customer support team.
Company representative Aidas Rupsys told press that the exchange would constantly grow and improve, expanding its suite of services and features.
“The development of Bitsane is a constant process,” he said, “we have already added some of the most sought after features into the platform with more in the pipeline.”
Rupsys added that the company will listen to feedback from customers and adjust services accordingly to meet their needs.
As part of its constant development process, the exchange told press that it would soon bring a new investment platform to the public. The company also said that margin trading and lending, as well as automated trading would soon launch on the exchange.
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