- The integration with the exchange enables Duskascopy customers to access fiat-to-crypto trading.
- Dukascopy customers can get access to the service using the mobile application.
Dukascopy, a retail broker in an announcement made on July 11 said that it has partnered with Swiss Crypto Exchange (SCX) which is currently based in Zurich to offer its customers an opportunity to trade both fiat and digital assets. The integration with the exchange enables Duskascopy customers to access fiat-to-crypto trading utilizing their euros and Swiss franc.
At the moment, the service only allows Bitcoin and Ethereum pairs with fiat currencies. However, in the near future, other digital assets will be added. Moreover, customers can still access more crypto pairs with Bitcoin.
The CEO of SCX Francesco Adiliberti said in regards to the new service:
“Our strategy has always been to offer a seamless on-ramp infrastructure from fiat to crypto and multilateral trading for crypto-to-crypto.”
“With this integration, everything happens in a secure and regulated ecosystem in Switzerland: your bank account, your personal wallet and your access to the crypto exchange.”
Dukascopy customers can get access to the service using the mobile application. Besides, once they are in, they get a crypto wallet automatically.
The CEO and founder of Dukascopy said in the announcement:
“This seamless integration of fiat accounts and crypto trading in a unique ecosystem is a further step in the right direction for the execution of our strategy towards increased adoption and liquidity for the Dukascoin,”
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