CoinZoom Makes P2P Payments Simpler
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CoinZoom Makes P2P Payments Simpler

CoinZoom is a cryptocurrency exchange, which came along way so far. It aimed to bridge the gap between foreign exchanges, futures, stocks, and banking. The exchange is offering a branded Visa card and feeless peer-to-peer payment platform. In fact, CoinZoom makes p2p payments simpler.

CoinZoom is going to make its users be able to convert their fiat into Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ether (ETH) and Ripple (XRP). The platform also announced that it offers competitive maker and taker fees. CoinZoom will charge maker and takers 0.20% and 0.26% respectively. In addition, the users will receive discounts, who are using ZOOM utility tokens.

CoinZoom makes P2P payments simpler; innovative features

CoinZoom added several distinctive features since it launched. The main and most popular feature is the branded Visa card. Users can use the Visa card in order to convert cryptocurrency into fiat.

Currently it has over 53 million merchants around the world. The card holders can have contactless transactions, use it for chip and PIN payments and ATM withdrawals. All the provided cards have 24/7 customer support.

The Visa card is currently available only in the U.S, but the company announced that they will launch an international card very soon.

Simplifying the money transfer procedure

Although these days online shopping is very common, but still there are some issues. For this reason, CoinZoom offered its service called ZoomMe. In fact, ZoomMe is a peer-to-peer transfer solution, which makes users be able to convert fiat to crypto and vice versa.

Most of the major payment processors charge users with high transaction fee. But, ZoomMe is a quick and easy way to transfer money internationally with no transaction fee.

The CoinZoom introduce itself as a reliable platform for the wide range of users. From high-frequency traders to casual investors. Users can use CoinZoom on their desktop, iPhone or Android devices.

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