Africans can transact crypto using Bitget P2P
Bitget, a crypto exchange based in Singapore, has commenced peer-to-peer (P2P) trading operations globally.
The platform offers a wide selection of crypto coins and tokens for trade through the spot or futures market, with low trading fees.
Managing Director, Bitget, Gracy Chen, said with merchant operations in countries like Nigeria and South Africa, Africans can now enjoy seamless digital asset exchange with the assurance of high-level security and protection of funds/assets.
‘’Peer-to-peer (P2P) trading is a type of cryptocurrency exchange method that allows traders to trade directly with one another without the need for another third party to facilitate the transactions,” he said.
He noted that Bitget P2P trading gives users more control over who they trade with, the price, payment method, and time of settlement.
According to him, the platform’s merchants can create a deal with their preferred price to trade their crypto at and publish it on Bitget P2P marketplace.
“This broadcasted deal is called an ‘Advertisement’ when a user sees this and places a buy order the payment is made, and the transaction is settled.
“Anyone with a registered Bitget account, complete KYC verification, and bind phone number, can trade on Bitget P2P Platform. Using the trading platform, you can sell and buy cryptos with your local currencies, at your preferred prices and payment method.
It offers users the freedom to easily choose the preferred payment method, including bank transfer, PayPal, WebMoney, multiple global e-wallets, and online payment systems with little or no charges.
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