Although it doesn’t need an introduction, bitFlyer inc. is a licensed, renowned and one of the most trusted and longest operating cryptocurrency exchanges in Japan.
The company launched its US division in November of 2017. After which, in January 2018, its Europe subsidiary was launched. bitFlyer is the only cryptocurrency exchange that is licensed to run in Japan, the US, and Europe. The company is headquartered in Tokyo. It is adding new cryptocurrency token options to its exchanges in the US and Europe.
3 New Tokens Added In the US & 5 in Europe
As announced by bitFlyer on 23rd September, 3 options are now available for the company’s US traders namely Bitcoin (BTC), Etherium Classic (ETC) and Litecoin (LTC).
All of these, along with 5 new tokens for its Europe’s customers namely Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Litecoin (LTC), Etherium Classic (ETC), Monacoin (MONA) and Lisk (LSK). They are now immediately available to the exchange’s customers in the respected regions.
The company, one of the oldest in the crypto trading industry, accepted that these tokens were available to its Japanese traders from the start and also pointed out that the company will use the same experience to apply handling crypto in the US and Europe.
The co-head of bitFlyer Europe, Andy Bryant states that by introducing these coins they are trying to expand bitFlyer’s buy/sell offer considerably and providing customers with instant access to the most sought after Altcoins in the world.
And by using their experience in Japan, they can assure its US and European customers the same level of speed, hassle-free and transparent trading as they do in Japan. Which is great news for traders across all investment platforms.
Real Estate Business & Bitcoin Loyalty Program Now Being Offered by bitFlyer
As reported on 20th August, a technology services company called T-Point Japan and bitFlyer have joined forces to offer local Japanese customers to trade their loyalty program points for BTC followed by giving them rewards for paying in crypto tokens.
In another report earlier this year, bitFlyer was involved in the finalization of another deal with its sister company, the Japanese commercial giant named Sumitomo Corp. They partnered to release a blockchain-based real estate business.