Coinsbank is an all in one gateway to blockchain services including an exchange service, wallet service, crypto cards and merchant gateways. Its goal is to revolutionize the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry by providing a wide array of blockchain services. The company was founded in April 2016 with headquarters in the UK. Although it is not licenced by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), it is regulated by the International Financial Services Commission (IFSC) of Belize and FinCEN Belize. With the support and ties to these regulatory agencies, Coinsbank can confidently provide its customers with a wide variety of services.
Services are offered across the board and include Wallet, Exchange, Merchant and Corporate accounts. Coinsbank Wallet supports multi-currency accounts with major fiat currencies and a number of cryptocurrencies. Other benefits include unlimited free fund transfers between Coinsbank users, an all-in-one platform for crypto storage, trading and transactions and multiple payment options.
The exchange offers users the opportunity to trade and is accessible to both novices and professionals. A simple interface, and easy management and information on rate changes allows for quick trade order decisions. Detailed reports are also available for transparency of each transaction.
Coinsbank merchant accounts are easy-to-use solutions for online services and e-commerce. As well as merchant accounts, Coinsbank offers a wide range of corporate services within a high-security level system and in the world's major fiat and cryptocurrencies such as USD, EUR, GBP, BTC, LTC, ETH, XRP. A mobile app is also available which enables users to manage their cards, make payments and transfers and view transactions and other operations to convert funds from one currency to another.
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