Bitcoin brokerage company Anycoin Direct recently expanded its business territory throughout the Eastern Europe, following a deal with the region’s leading payment solution provider TrustPay.
The Netherland-based organization somewhat replicated its tried-and-tested blueprint of expansion by partnering with local payment providers. It previously formed similar partnerships with companies like SEPA, Sofort, Giropay, iDEAL, Bancontact and MyBank to step inside various western European countries. And only a few months back, Anycoin Direct partnered with INTERAC Online service as well to expand its business territory throughout Canada — its first outing outside the European markets.
Following the partnership with TrustPay, the Bitcoin company is now striving towards making its presence felt in countries like Bulgaria, Hungary, Croatia, Estonia, and others — all known for its growing digital currency users base. The core focus, like every time, is to provide these users the comfort of buying and selling digital currencies like Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin and Darkcoin swiftly and easily.
“With the addition of TrustPay, we now serve almost all the European market,” the company’s co-founder Bram Ceelen told CoinDesk. “Our goal is to make buying and selling bitcoin as easy as possible. To do this we work with as many local trusted payment methods as possible to make sure the buy process goes as smooth as possible.”
With “smooth”, Anycoin only means the customers who are verified with the company at the time of purchase. While they would be able to receive their products almost instantly after the transactions’ confirmation, the unverified users will be made to wait for at least 24 hours to receive their digital currencies. It is to protect coins from fraud and online abuse.
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