- Nigerians and other crypto traders from around the world can convert their local currencies into cryptocurrencies
- ByBit, a relatively new P2P crypto platform said traders can now use its newly introduced tools to trade crypto using their local currencies
- It uses USDT, stablecoin, a type of cryptocurrency which aims to keep cryptocurrency valuations stable.
A new platform, Bybit says Nigerians and traders from around the world can trade in crypto by converting their local currencies to crypto.
According to Nairametrics, it is described as the eBay of Crypto. It facilitates the trading of two users’ holding at an optimal agreed price between two parties or more.
Bybit is a Peer-to-Peer (P2) decentralised system without middlemen. Payments take place instantly between the buyer’s bank account or wallets to the sellers’ account.
Multiple payment methods enabled on the platforms
At the moment, the platform supports the trading of USDT, a stablecoin and type of cryptocurrency which aims to keep cryptocurrency valuations stable, with more than 80 payment methods, including debit and credit card and in-person payments.
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Traders can link up instantly from anywhere in the world. They also enjoy zero trading required deposits with no hidden charges.
Direct buying and selling between traders
P2P on the Bybit platform is secure and simple to use. The platform matches buyers and sellers for mutually trading. Bybit says its customer service is top-notch and available around the clock.
It was founded in 2018 and is one of the world’s fastest-growing crypto platforms.
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