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BitPie Announces Partnership With Cred; Offers Financial Services

Bitpie, a leading multi-blockchain wallet platform has entered into a promising partnership with Cred. The partnership aims to provide financial services to its users.

The BitPie users will be able to accord their crypto assets and avail payments in the form of simple interest or have a choice to choose a daily compounded interest. The users can avail the advantage of Cred’s ultra-low minimum account requirement and further, the interest received will be paid in the form of stablecoin or cryptocurrency as per customer’s choice.

The COO of Bitpie, Wang Chao, stated, 

Bitpie has a large number of high-net-worth users, and Cred provides highly competitive products for all major crypto assets to meet their needs. We have full confidence in the prospect of this partnership.

Cred is a crypto-based lending and borrowing platform established in California. Cred has been serving customers across 190 countries. The Cred’s platform will be merged with the BitPie Wallet which will eventually offer BitPie wallet users to earn interest on crypto assets including Bitcoin and Ethereum.

On talking about the partnership the CEO and Co-Founder of Cred, Dan Schatt, stated,

We are thrilled to partner with BitPie, a highly popular cryptocurrency wallet whose wallet deposits for BTC and USDT rank among the largest in Asia.

The BitPie wallet customers who are holding assets $50,000 USD or more can plan a call with any of the one Cred’s Mandarin or English Speaking private client associate who will assist them in developing custom programs.

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