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Blockchain.Com Exchange Launched A Fiat Gateway For Turkish Lira
January 30, 2020 turkish lira
Blockchain.Com Exchange Launched A Fiat Gateway For Turkish Lira
January 30, 2020

UK-based cryptocurrency data and wallet provider Exchange has launched a gateway for the Turkish lira on its crypto exchange.

On Jan. 29 a press release published that Exchange is the latest major crypto exchange to join the growing roster of crypto platforms with a direct gateway for the Turkish lira. The exchange has launched full banking integration to enable users to deposit and withdraw TRY on the exchange platform. Users from Turkey don’t need a third-party payment method to buy and sell crypto on Exchange.

The press release reads:

“Turkish users can now deposit, withdraw, and use TRY to buy Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH) and Tether (USDT) and convert their crypto into the fiat currency of their choice.” 

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The lira is the fourth fiat currency supported on Exchange, launched in late August. The platform also supports pound, dollars, and euros. Co-founder and CEO Peter Smith called Turkey as one of the countries leading the charge to embrace cryptocurrencies while adding:

“ is dedicated to providing a fair, global market for Turkey’s crypto traders.”

Peter Smith’s description of Turkey echoes sentiments from Binance CEO CZ, who said once:

“Turkey is a vibrant country that has illustrated one of the strongest demands and fast-growing interest in crypto.” Shortly after the interview, Binance added support for buying Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies with the Turkish lira through a local wallet partner.


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