BitMEX Adds 21 Additional Fiat Currencies For Funding Crypto Accounts

“Now our users will be able to access a wider range of cryptocurrency purchase and conversion options. In the coming weeks, our users will be able to use fiat to purchase a wider range of cryptocurrencies, so stay tuned.

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Crypto payments provider Mercuryo has integrated with cryptocurrency derivatives exchange BitMEX to enable faster and more secure fiat-to-crypto purchases for users.

BitMEX users will now be able to purchase cryptocurrency with 21 other fiat currencies, including AED, ARS, QAR, THB, UAH, and ZAR, as the digital asset space further opens up to emerging economies.

Mercuryo and BitMEX currently charge 0% fees for all users buying cryptocurrency on BitMEX and paying through Mercuryo. The campaign runs until April 14, 2022 at 07:59 UTC.

Petr Kozyakov, CEO of Mercuryo, said, “We are delighted to partner with BitMEX. This partnership represents another important step in our mission to align fiat and crypto infrastructure for a smooth and enjoyable user experience.

Alexander Höptner, Managing Director of BitMEX, said, “We are always looking for new ways to improve the accessibility of our platform at BitMEX, which is why we have partnered with Mercuryo. Now our users will be able to access a wider range of options for buying and converting cryptocurrency. In the coming weeks, our users will be able to use fiat to purchase a wider range of cryptocurrencies, so stay tuned.

Mercuryo allows BitMEX users to purchase crypto with a range of payment options, including Visa and Mastercard credit and debit cards, Apple Pay, and Google Pay. Credits will be credited directly to the user’s wallet immediately after payment.

The crypto payments provider already caters to leading digital asset companies including 1inch, Trezor and Trust Wallet and recently raised $7.5m in a Series A financing with global investors Target A.

BitMEX continues to develop its infrastructure and forge new partnerships to secure its place as a leading digital asset trading platform. The company recently welcomed Avelacom, which pioneered solutions for low-latency access to crypto exchanges via its proprietary fiber network, to its partner program to provide access to real-time market data and execution of orders.

The initiative provides traders with an advanced crypto derivatives trading experience. Avelacom has built low latency connections between BitMEX and other global markets. These facilitate arbitrage transactions and help attract more trading firms to join the cryptocurrency markets.

BitMEX uses the data infrastructure of Amazon Web Services, located in Ireland. Routes operated by Avelacom across multiple global locations as well as direct connections to AWS and Alibaba clouds.

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BitMEX Adds 21 Additional Fiat Currencies For Funding Crypto Accounts


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