GoldMoney Group Adds Bitcoin to Its Precious Metal Vaults
One of Britain’s largest precious metal storage firms has added bitcoin to the list of commodities in its vaults.
Netagio is exiting the gold market due to weak demand, in order to seek increased volume in the dollar and euro markets.
A partnership with WalPay means Netagio can beat recent banking problems, while adding credit and debit card deposits.
UK-based company Netagio has announced that it will close its bitcoin, pound, US dollar and euro exchange platforms as of today. The news marks the start of a 30-day notice period for its customers to withdraw their funds and close their trading accounts. Simon Hamblin, CEO of Netagio, said: “We are immensely proud of our efforts and achievements to […]
British precious metal and bitcoin exchange Netagio has received ISAE 3000 standard certification.
A new UK exchange lets users trade gold, pounds sterling and bitcoin with British banking facilities.