A company based in London has announced it’s launching a payment service that can help increase the mainstream adoption of cryptocurrencies. It allows users to send or spend digital coins which are converted and then transferred in the form of fiat money to the recipient’s bank account.
Cryptocurrency–While most of the investment base for cryptocurrency continues to reel from 2018’s bear cycle, which saw Bitcoin fall over 60 percent and the altcoin market drop further, crypto lenders and those betting on debt have still managed to come ahead.
Despite the ongoing bear market of 2018 crypto startups are still entering the market with new and innovative products. Australians are about to get their first taste of crypto lending services as a new company launched into the markets this week.