Bitreserve Vice-Chairman, Head of The Reserve and Investor Relations J.P. Thieriot in the company blog post has announced that the firm has added four European currencies to their list.The currencies that have been included are Danish Krone (DKK), Norwegian Krone (NOK), Swedish Krona (SEK) and Polish Zloty (PLN).
With the addition of these currencies, this Bitcoin firm allows its users to transact money in 20 currencies for free.
To get started, one must create an account or simply login to Bitreserve as these new currencies are now available for transactions. To use the currencies one needs to login, then select the tab ‘Cards’ and then select ‘Add Card’ on the top. Next one only needs to select the currency and name of his card and he is all set for delving in the world of cryptocurrency.
Thieriot also said that the addition of these currencies was done keeping in mind the requests of the users and also the partners of the Bitcoin platform. In the post, he wrote that “following the recent launch of Bitreserve Connect, our open API and developer community, these new currencies were added at the request of members and developer partners interested in these markets. Bitreserve’s cloud money platform uniquely offers the tools for businesses to develop an expansive range of solutions applicable to nearly any financial service need. Every new currency we provide enables a new market to participate and innovate in the digital economy.”
Bitreserve has been in the news for all the right reasons of late. Earlier, we had reported that this Bitcoin company has successfully made transactions of more than $210 million worth of cloud money.
This San Francisco-based Bitcoin startup was publically launched just 10 months ago. It today has clients, individuals as well as businesses, from 161 countries.
The company allows its members to hold their money in precious metals like Gold, Silver, Platinum, and Palladium.