Almost every week, more exchanges, businesses, and digital currency service providers are using Bitcoin SV (BSV). Swapzone is an exchange aggregator working with non-custodial instant digital currency swap services. They now also support BSV, one of the best performing assets of any kind over the last year.
The reason for BSV’s popularity among business users is simply that its blockchain has been designed to scale. Only Bitcoin SV can process thousands of transactions a second and also store huge amounts of data on its immutable blockchain – all with very low fees. The Bitcoin SV ecosystem focuses on building real utility for global enterprises and long-term value.
Swapzone is not an exchange itself, but its service supports over 300 digital assets for swaps at best rates and operates through more than ten partnering platforms including Changelly, SimpleSwap, Godex and ChangeNOW.
Swapzone’s aim is to provide as much information on digital currency swap rates and services as possible, all in one convenient interface. It also enables customers to easily assess the KYC and AML procedures of the included platforms, so that customers can ensure that they are transacting in a reliable and trustworthy manner.
Swapzone features include:
• Non-custodial service
• Multiple exchange partners with the possibility to choose among services
• Exchange offers sorted by the best rate
Jimmy Nguyen, Founding President of the Bitcoin Association, commented: “It’s good when businesses see the value in listing and supporting services for BSV. Swapzone provides another option for BSV trading via an aggregator model – providing an interface with exchanges and other partner services to give users rate options for trading digital currencies against each other.’
Maria Carola, Marketing Advisory, Swapzone added: “We strive to have the most comprehensive offering in the market and never sit still as we lookout for what our customers need and want, so adding BSV was a natural progression for the business.”
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