EMIREX is delighted to announce the addition of a new feature on the exchange, the ability to buy cryptocurrency using VISA and Mastercard credit or debit cards.
A large percentage of the world's population uses credit cards daily to purchase goods and services. At the moment, the method seems to be extremely affordable for the Internet space. The goal of the Emirex exchange is to provide its users with all the convenient functions of using the cryptocurrency, which fully meets the decentralized approach to reliable and transparent financial transactions around the world without restrictions.
The Emirex exchange customers can now purchase digital currency on the platform using credit and debit cards. As a result, traders are given a more direct route to buy crypto. Previously, users had to buy cryptocurrency on other resources, and then transfer it to Emirex to trade, which slowed down the process of interaction with the exchange.
"We want to provide Emirex traders with fast and easy access to crypto assets using the most secure way. The feature allows us to instantly bridge the gap between credit card payments and crypto for traders around the world. The demand for this type of operation is high, which enables us to attract more users", - Grigory Rybalchenko, CEO & Founder at Emirex.
The service offers you an instant transfer of funds from a bank account to your crypto wallet within Emirex exchange. The currently available assets for purchase are BTC, ETH, USDT, EMRX, BSV. In the future, other cryptocurrencies will be added to the payment channel on the platform. The commission for transfer is 4.5% + 0.1 EUR/USD/AED.
The Emirex exchange involves passing the necessary KYC procedure. Starter verification (phone number, full name, country of residence, citizenship, valid ID) is required for buying assets. The main page automatically transfers the user to the verification flow.
NOTE: There is a list of non-supported countries: Afghanistan, Albania, Bahamas, Barbados, Botswana, Cambodia, Ghana, Iceland, Iran, Iraq, Jamaica, Mauritius Mongolia, Myanmar, Nicaragua, North, Korea, Pakistan, Panama, Syria, Sudan, Trinidad, and Tobago, Uganda, Vanuatu, Yemen, Zimbabwe, USA.