Digital currency acceptance is getting a big boost among European merchants as Amsterdam-based Coinzone will introduce this summer a new web-based wallet that will let users send, receive, buy and sell Bitcoin. Android and iOS apps will enable users to manage and authorize their Bitcoin transactions while on the move.
The fully-featured personal wallet will support country-specific local currencies for bank deposits and withdrawals, transfers and instant payments, and has been specifically developed to address privacy and legal frameworks in operation across the region.
Made in Europe, for Europe, Coinzone offers a deep understanding of the European regulatory landscape – specifically EU privacy, secure payment and data protection laws. All data will be securely hosted in European data centre locations, giving Coinzone Wallet users the assurance of protection under European privacy laws.
Offering a simple yet highly secure way for consumers to buy and sell Bitcoin using their bank account, the Coinzone Wallet will feature all the multi-layer verifications European consumers expect to encounter when undertaking secure online or mobile transactions, thanks to Coinzone’s strict adherence to EU payment services guidelines.
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