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Crypto Exchange OKcoin Trading Services Now Available to 7 Additional US States

Cryptocurrency exchange platform OKCoin’s token-to-token and fiat-to-token trade services are now available in seven more states in the US. 

The San Francisco-based exchange recently announced that it has expanded its trade services to include residents in seven additional states – Arkansas, Iowa, Mississippi, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Utah. 

Withdraw and Deposit Euros for Digital Currencies

The move comes after the company rolled out its services to clients outside the United States last June. Since that time, non-US customers could withdraw and deposit euros and join spot trading for digital currencies like Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH), Ethereum Classic, and Litecoin (LTC) using the official currency of the European Union. 

Aside from expanding its trade service offerings in the continent, OKCoin also opened a new office in Malta. 

OKCoin is considered as one of the best and largest platforms based on adjusted volume. The company reportedly has around a million clients worldwide.

The crypto exchange has been providing traders and institutions with services like fiat-to-token exchange and quick trades. However, the company claims their main objectives are to do away with trading obstructions and enhancing transactions efficiently while still adhering to regulatory guidelines.

Committed to Expanding

OKCoin was in the headlines recently for its initiative to commit as much as 1,000 BTC to developers who are working to expand Bitcoin, Bitcoin SV (BSV), and Bitcoin Cash. 

The crypto exchange’s latest project has been dubbed the “Let’s Build Bitcoin Together!” The project wants crypto aficionados to head to OKCoin’s platform and vote for the project they want to support. The company would then donate a specific amount in the voter’s name.

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