XT.COM integrates with Nuvei’s crypto on/off ramp to facilitate account funding

Rick Steves

XT.COM boasts a diversified range of products, including spot, derivatives, interest-free margin, fiat trading, ETF instruments, and coin staking, available on desktop and mobile. 

Nuvei has partnered with XT.COM to facilitate the onboarding of new users and allow them to fund their accounts with credit and debit cards, Apple Pay and bank transfers, for quick and seamless access to over a hundred crypto assets.

Cryptocurrency exchange XT.COM will integrate Nuvei’s Simplex cryptocurrency on/off ramp to make it easier for users to fund their accounts through convenient payment methods.

XT.COM Exchange was founded in Seychelles in 2018 and is headquartered in Singapore, with operation offices in Tokyo, Dubai, South Korea. The “socially infused digital asset trading platform” offers spot trading, margin trading, derivatives, OTC trading, and third party payment with credit card and debit card.

Connecting from fiat to crypto

Nuvei is a leading payments specialist that quickly joined the digital asset space to improve access to the ecosystem, thus removing payment barriers, optimizing operating costs and increasing acceptance rates. The platform supports more than 530 local and alternative payment methods including cryptocurrencies, and nearly 150 currencies.

XT.COM has over 300,000 active users every month and over 30 million users in total and the integration of the payment processing solution enables XT.COM users to acquire crypto assets conveniently and securely directly on the platform.

The crypto trading platform boasts a diversified range of products, including spot, derivatives, interest-free margin, fiat trading, ETF instruments, and coin staking, available on desktop and mobile.

Weber Woo, Chief Executive Officer of XT.COM, said: “Crypto is accepted more and more by society. But how to connect from fiat to crypto, that is the biggest barrier for most users. By cooperating with Simplex by Nuvei, we can help users from all over the world to easily enter the crypto world.”

Philip Fayer, Chair and Chief Executive Officer of Nuvei, added: “We are delighted to support XT.COM with our global on-ramp solution. Our partnership will enable millions of new users to join the cryptocurrency ecosystem with a familiar eCommerce experience of using everyday payment methods.”

With this new partnership, Nuvei further expands its footprint across Asia, North America, and Europe, as XT.COM is spread across the globe through Btok in Asia, and Tapatalk in North America and Europe.

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