Skrill Payments Platform Unveils Crypto Swapping Service

Skrill (formerly Moneybookers), a London-based centralized payments platform that claims to help users to facilitate cost-efficient money transfers across borders, has expanded its cryptocurrency trading service, integrating a new feature dubbed crypto-to-crypto, to allow its users to purchase the supported cryptoassets on its platform with bitcoin (BTC), reports EconoTimes on December 2, 2019.

Skrill Expands Crypto Offering 

In a bid to make life easier for crypto enthusiasts on its platform, Skrill, a United Kingdom-headquartered payments platform created by Paysafe Group in July 2001, has added an exciting new feature to its existing crypto offering.

Per sources close to the matter, the highly reputed e-commerce company has now introduced the crypto-to-crypto feature, to make it…

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