Coins.ph, a digital money wallet, accessible in the Philippines, at first, just bolstered BTC in their wallet. They have, as of now, included Bitcoin Cash [BCH] to guarantee Filipinos complete advantage from low exchange expenses to quick exchanges.
“Filipinos can now easily access Bitcoin Cash—http://Coins.ph adds BCH support to their wallet”
[email protected], a Twitter user commented:
“Whats bitcoin cash? Is it like those cheap rippoffs one gets of real quality products?”
Coins.ph is a financial services platform founded in 2014 by Silicon Valley entrepreneurs Ron Hose and Runar Petursson in Metro Manila, Philippines. As a service running on blockchain technology, Coins.ph uses digital currency as a low-cost gateway to banking, extending the reach of financial institutions beyond their existing branch infrastructure to the 300+ million who are unbanked in the Philippines and the rest of Southeast Asia.
The Philippines is an economy where settlements and the charges are involvements of a major deal. While there is an assortment of choices for cash settlement benefits in the nation, the expenses they charge can be very excruciating for investors financially.
In such an environment, Coins.ph has liberated the people with a better connection to the virtual currency world by launching its wallet along with BTC and now BCH trading.
Recently, BCH posted a controversial comparison between BTC and BCH. Since the commencement of Bitcoin Cash, the group has been bargaining laws. The question of ‘Who is better’ is something BCH has been fighting to prove to the crypto-world.
With the Co-founder, Roger Ver’s promotional activities and BCH’s controversy, the coin has gained popularity over time.
At the time of writing, BCH is traded at the price of $760.30 with a market cap of $13 billion. The coin has seen a fall of 6.17% in the past 24 hours and its weekly cap runs red with 10.74%.
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