Indian Crypto Exchange Eliminates Bitcoin Transaction Costs 

Indian Crypto Exchange Eliminates Bitcoin Transaction Costs
  • All BTC transactions are qualified for that new zero-fee buying and selling offer.
  • Presently CoinSwitch has listed 100 cryptocurrencies to the platform.

India’s prominent cryptocurrency exchange platform, CoinSwitch, has removed buying and selling costs for Bitcoin (BTC) transactions on its network, for a while. In this offer period, all users with fully verified Know-Your-Client (KYC) and accounts can trade Bitcoin at ‘zero cost’ in Indian Rupees (INR) on CoinSwitch. 

All Bitcoin transactions, including systematic investment plans (SIP), limit orders, and also the purchase of Bitcoins acquired as incentives for referrals along with other marketing activities, that are put on the zero-fee buying and selling offer. 

Advantages To Be Delivered Via ‘Bitcoin Buying and selling Fest’

Based on CMC, Bitcoin presently has around 41.5%  dominance within the global crypto market. Bitcoin’s market cap accounts in excess of 35% from the CRE8 real-time Indian crypto market index. To be able to captivate Bitcoiners and ease their investment journey within this bearish market, CoinSwitch platform pops up with new strategies. All sorts of users, both fractional and-value investors, can usually benefit from this offer, as there’s no lower or maximum limit around the order value.   

CoinSwitch buying and selling platform presently has over 18 million users. In the last month, the exchange firm listed 100th gold coin in the marketplace, allowing users to purchase and sell these crypto assets in Rupees while sticking to safe investing concepts. 

Lately, the woking platform introduced out a dog Care and Adoption Policy to aid employees on pet care and adoption. Also, CoinSwitch collaborated with Startup Karnataka, to arrange a blockchain hackathon, ‘Building Future Cities’ to acknowledge blockchain-based methods to everyday issues faced by individuals nationwide.

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