SuperForex offers 10 cryptocurrencies as payment methods

SuperForex offers 10 cryptocurrencies as payment methods

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SuperForex cryptocurrencies

Offshore forex brokerage SuperForex said on Thursday it has significantly expanded its available cryptocurrencies payment options. Clients can use 10 digital currencies to either deposit or withdraw funds to and from their trading accounts.

“SuperForex has been offering Bitcoin as a means of deposits and withdrawals for several years, and now we have decided to expand the list and include other popular digital currencies,”  the broker said.

The new offering consists of some of the most widely-used digital currencies, such as Litecoin and Dash, but it also includes some less known cryptocurrencies.

Following is a list of all 10 digital currencies available for depoisit and withdrawal with SuperForex:

  • Bitcoin (BTC)
  • Blackcoin (BLK)
  • Dash (DASH)
  • Dogecoin (DOGE)
  • Emercoin (EMC)
  • Litecoin (LTC)
  • Peercoin (PPC)
  • Primecoin (XPM)
  • Reddcoin (RDD)
  • Zcash (ZEC)

SuperForex clients can use some more traditional payment methods, as well. The broker acceppts money transfers via bank wires, Visa and MasterCard bank cards, and supports online payment systems Neteller, Skrill, PayCo, Qiwi, WebMoney, FasaPay, ePayments, Perfect Money, Triv, PaySafeCard, CashU, and some local payment methods for European and Asian markets. SuperForex does not charge any internal fees for deposits or withdrawals, regardless of the payment system clients chose.

SuperForex is a brand of SuperFin Corp., (formerly FXCO Ltd.), which holds a license from the International Financial Services Commission (IFSC) of Belize. The broker operates in more than 100 markets with focus on Europe, Asia and the Middle East. It offers more than 300 forex pairs, 34 contracts for difference (CFDs), futures, indices, metals, and shares.

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