Coinsquare now accepting Flexepin vouchers

Coinsquare now accepting Flexepin vouchers

Effective today, Coinsquare is accepting Flexepin to enable people to buy Bitcoin, Ether, and more cryptocurrencies instantly with cash or debit at more than 8,500 retail locations across Canada and Australia.

Flexepins are voucher receipts bearing a secure 16-digit PIN number redeemable in any Coinsquare account. They can be paid for with cash or debit and are available in a range of pre-determined amounts.

Virgile Rostand, Coinsquare Founder and Managing Director, says: “Flexepin allows anyone to get Bitcoin and Ether in their wallets at the speed of blockchains. There is no withholding and it follows a very straightforward process. Users are also able to tap directly in the full functionality and security of Coinsquare’s trading platform, which is also offering one of the lowest fee structures on the market. Coinsquare is providing this new instant funding method after becoming the first exchange globally to offer both physical gold and silver, ethereum and other cryptos trading for Bitcoin in one single account.”

About Coinsquare

Coinsquare is a digital currency exchange combining forex, precious metals, bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. It features advanced risk management controls, full order books, coin-to-coin instant transactions, cutting hedge account security and a custom-built high-performance trade matching engine. Coinsquare also offers physical precious metal holdings that can be used to lower the exposure to the volatility of cryptocurrencies.

Coinsquare was founded and is being managed by Virgile Rostand, Ph.D, who held previous positions as financial engineer and financial application system consultant. Virgile also holds a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Laval University and a Master of Mathematical Finance from the University of Toronto.

Coinsquare is a federally chartered canadian company.

Flexepin is a product of Flexewallet Pty Ltd, AFSL 448066.

Media contact Virgile Rostand, Founder & Managing Director
Twitter: @Coinsquare

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