In an increasingly connected world, digital platforms have served as points of connection for people. Easy-to-use tech such as Bitcoin Cash have taken the world by storm, and cryptocurrency enthusiasts from Canada now have something to look forward to: nTrust, the quick and painless way to send and receive funds.
The company, now known as nCrypt, launched its Bitcoin Cash services to its audience worldwide, with a roadmap for further expansion set for 2018.
In an exclusive interview with CoinGeek, nCrypt COO Angela Biener shared her vision for the future of fintech-enabled access to electronic micro-payments: “We believe Bitcoin Cash is a true realization of the original Bitcoin whitepaper, entitled ‘Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash’. By increasing the capacity of each block, reducing transaction fees, and speeding up confirmation times, Bitcoin Cash creates an efficient and accessible electronic payment system.”
According to Biener, nCrypt’s proven track record in Canada’s financial services industry puts it at the forefront of bringing cryptocurrency and blockchain to the country, making buying and selling Bitcoin Cash easier for Canadians.
Through an official announcement in their website, nCrypt shared its support for Bitcoin Cash, the Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash originally envisioned by Satoshi Nakamoto. Kim Hunter, of nCrypt, said Bitcoin Cash’s strong codebase “allow BCH to achieve all the initial goals of a decentralized, permission-less currency: it empowers merchants and users, encourages global adoption, and inspires decentralized development.”
Bill Beatty, of Coingeek.com, said the streamlined user experience provided by nCrypt is among the best currently offered in Canada: “I’ve been buying and moving crypto for a while and this is probably the easiest I’ve been able to go from setup to purchase to sending BCH.”
With their six-year track record as a FINTRAC-regulated, registered, and licensed company, nCrypt’s competence gives Bitcoin Cash a solid slate of affirmation in the burgeoning cryptocurrency space in Canada, while the company’s top-level compliance with strict standards such as the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) brings digital payments in to the next level.