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BitFlyer’s “Instant Buy” Update Supports Cards/Transfers-enabled Crypto Purchases

By Emily Rys | December 7, 2019

BitFlyer – the digital coin exchange headquartered in Tokyo – has officially rolled out its ‘Instant Buy’ feature, based on the firm’s EU exchange platform.

Specifically, on December 5, BitFlyer has made the new feature ‘Instant Buy’ publicly available. The new update will reportedly add credit card, debit card and local instant transfer measures, nominally Sofort, iDeal and GiroPay, to the list of its supported means of payments for crypto purchases. 

‘Instant Buy’ – can be used across different environments such as PCs and mobile devices – has a primary goal to improve the process of purchasing cryptocurrencies, via allowing clients to select the payment method they feel most comfortable with. 

The new feature further aims to serve as a new platform, dedicated to crypto novices, who are searching for an all-in-one tool, which supports the purchasing, storing and securing of their digital coins investments. 

“By making it similar to that of traditional e-commerce experience, we are helping to bring cryptocurrency to a mainstream audience, while also giving experienced users a faster and simpler way to get their currency.” BitFlyer Europe COO Andy Bryant shared his remarks regarding bitFlyer’s buy/sell platform. 

Previously, bitFlyer revealed that it would begin to offer supports for five new altcoins, including Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum Classic (ETC), Litecoin (LTC), Lisk (LSK) and Monacoin (MONA).

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