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Swyftx now supports more crypto assets than any other Australian exchange


[Brisbane, Australia – Sep 25] – Australian crypto exchange Swyftx has added support for 47 new assets, bringing the total to 176 – the most crypto-related assets supported by any Australian Crypto exchange to date.

Among the list of newly supported crypto assets are Uma (UMA), (YFII), Numeraire (NMR), Balancer (BAL), Aragon (ANT), Sushiswap (SUSHI), Terra (LUNA), Wrapped NXM (WNXM), THORChain (RUNE), and Curve DAO (CRV).

A complete list of all new assets supported by Swyftx is available here.

These latest additions coincide with the rollout of Swyftx’s new website, which features an updated interface focusing on simplicity and ease of use. In addition, Swyftx’s instant withdrawal feature utilizing OSKO is just around the corner with development in the final testing stages. This means that when withdrawing money back to AUD from a Swyftx Account, users will receive their funds within 5 minutes directly to their bank account.

Swyftx is expanding into New Zealand within 2020 and is currently working through the onboarding of partners to support this location.

CEO of Swyftx, Alex Harper has stated: “Our vision has always been to build an integrated platform that services all the needs of everyday Australians investing in cryptocurrency. Delivering the most crypto-assets in one place is just one of the many components essential to the success of our strategy.”

Swyftx is an Australian Cryptocurrency Exchange Platform

Featured image courtesy of Swyftx

Cynthia Turcotte

A 20+ year veteran in the web development and SEO industries, Cynthia fell down the crypto rabbit hole in 2014 and never came out. She is passionate about cryptocurrency and blockchain technology and, in addition to writing, serves as Micky's International Editor. When she isn't tracking down the latest news stories, Cynthia enjoys playing old school paper-and-dice RPGs. DISCLOSURE: Cynthia's cryptocurrency holdings include TRX, XRP, ADA, ETH, XTX, and BTT

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