A wider range of crypto available for deposit

Dear traders!

We heard you out and now are adding more crypto currencies to BitPay payment solution. Apart from BTC, ETH, BCH there are now XRP and USDT.

XRP is an internal currency of Ripple chain. Ripple is used by a number of bank entities to perform actions related with currency exchange. BitPay has started support of XRP in early 2020.

USDT — crypto token powered by Tether Limited. The Company assures it is based upon USD allocated on their bank accounts. In comparison to USD, USDT is considerably stable, usually different in only thousandths.

Visit your Client Area to check out all the deposit and withdrawal options available for you.

Best regards, FIBO Group, Ltd.

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