Ingot Brokers announces accepting cryptocurrencies as a method of paymentJuly 10, 2018
Since its establishment in 2006, INGOT Brokers was launch to provide an unparalleled trading environment for investors by providing a secure investment network through which market participants could choose financial products and services that meet their interests by providing CFDs trading on ETFs, MENA and international shares and indices, commodities (agriculture, energies, and metals), currencies, and most recently, cryptocurrencies.
INGOT Brokers is a pioneer company in online financial trading, executing transactions of billions of USD in volume on a monthly basis. The company is regulated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) with an Australian Financial Services License (AFSL).
The widespread adoption of cryptocurrencies is changing the world as we know it. INGOT Brokers has been always committed to adopting, as well as implementing, newly developed financial services for the purpose of creating a flexible trading hub aimed to present more investment options.
For this reason, INGOT Brokers most recently announced accepting cryptocurrencies as a method of payment for investments. Through INGOT Brokers’ platform, clients would now be able to pick financial products or services and invest in them by paying in cryptocurrencies in addition to fiat money. Payments for chosen products and services are now available to be bought and sold in exchange for three cryptocurrencies—Bitcoin, Ethereum, and INGOT Coin.
The third cryptocurrency—i.e. INGOT Coin—is the latest project of INGOT Group; an all-inclusive Ecosystem serving as the financial gateway to link the cryptocurrencies universe with the traditional financial industry. The Ecosystem includes six core components: IC Digital Bank, IC Wallet, IC Brokerage, IC Exchange, IC ICO Accelerator, and IC Crypto Certifier. INGOT Coin has thus far successfully raised more than $40,000,000, reaching its ICO soft cap and aiming to reach its $90,000,000 hard cap by the end of August, 2018.”