BuyBSV.com has announced several upgrades to its platform, making it easier than ever before to buy BSV with a credit or debit card online.
The service, designed to streamline the process for buying Bitcoin SV (BSV), announced the improvements this week, which aim to make it more flexible to acquire BSV, including across a host of new territories.
By the end of this week, the upgrade will see an increase in the maximum amount new users can trade for the first time. The limit is set to rise to €400, making the service more responsive to the typical needs of its users.
Additionally, the platform will institute support for Australian dollars, giving users in Australia the ability to buy in AUD for the first time. While Australian users have been supported by the platform for a while, the upgrade will mean they can now do so in local fiat currency, with support for Australian dollar credit card transactions imminent.
It follows on from the successful rollout to more territories at the tail end of 2019, which saw BuyBSV.com onboarding support for VISA and Mastercard transactions in a host of different countries including 35 states in the U.S., the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Brazil, Turkey, Australia and New Zealand.
The most recent expansion builds on availability across Canada and Europe, including Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Romania and United Kingdom.
Users of BuyBSV simply choose the amount of Bitcoin they want to buy, selecting from one of the currently six supported cryptocurrencies to transact. Just a few clicks later and the transaction is done, with bitcoin sent to the user’s nominated BSV wallet of choice.
BuyBSV.com was set up as a joint effort between Coinify and CoinGeek, designed to remove the friction to buying the original Bitcoin. The service also provides a widget for companies to embedded on their websites, blogs and apps, allowing visitors to directly buy Bitcoin SV within other websites without having to leave the site.
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