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Finally, A Platform That Will Help Solve Crypto’s Trust Issues

Since Bitcoin burst onto the scene in 2009, the cryptocurrency boom has made millionaires and devastated bank accounts. Investors have had their wallets stolen and entire fortunes have been lost.

A decade later, a new trading platform is emerging as a way for consumers who are interested in trading cryptocurrencies to capitalize on the excitement of cryptocurrency without the potential negative side-effects: Bitleex.

Bitleex is the world’s first cryptocurrency platform with built-in trust management. Users can sign up to have their money managed by Bitleex’s team of professional investors. Users can also invest fiat currencies into their Bitleex wallets, convert them to cryptocurrencies and trade independently.

With Bitleex, you can make in a day what you would traditionally make from traditional firms in a year – and that happens every business day.

The platform implemented trading pairs of the most popular cryptocurrencies, and it’s suitable for both beginners and advanced traders. Moreover, BitLeex is offering a Bounty program of rewards for posting on social networks and for detecting vulnerabilities on its website.

About Bitleex:

Bitleex is the world’s first cryptocurrency platform with built-in trust management. Bitleex users can trade independently, or use Bitleex’s trust management system to work with a team of professional traders. Bitleex offers mobile support, data transfer protection, airtight security, a cryptocurrency, and fiat currency exchange platform. It can also be used as a multicurrency wallet for storing coins from multiple platforms. For more information, go to www.bitleex.com.

David Pender
David Pender
David is a journalist interested in writing news-stories regarding forex. He has been in forex industry since 2014. he recently, joined our team as a news writer. He studied mass communication and has 7+ years of experience. He is an avid trader. He can be reached by email: david@forexnews.world.

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