Hotcoin Global Offers Easy Trading of Shiba Inu with Simplex

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Leading digital asset trading platform Hotcoin Global recently teamed up with financial service provider Simplex to enable its users to easily buy popular cryptocurrencies like Shiba Inu (SHIB), Bitcoin (BTC), and Ethereum (ETH) with a credit or debit card.

According to the statement, this collaboration with Simplex gives Hotcoin’s customers a seamless buying and trading experience.

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Australia-based Hotcoin Global is a digital asset trading platform launched in 2017. The platform allows users to trade more than 330 different cryptocurrencies. Hotcoin Global is expected to have 5 million active users by 2022, and its daily transaction volume is calculated in billions of dollars.

Hotcoin Global is a digital asset trading platform based in Australia, created in 2017. It allows users to trade a wide range of cryptocurrencies. It has grown to have a large user base, with an estimated 5 million active users and a daily transaction volume in the billions of dollars. It’s a centralized exchange (CEX) that acts as a middleman for buying and selling cryptocurrencies.

In addition, Robinhood is rolling out its highly anticipated smartphone app, “Robinhood Wallet,” to its 1 million waitlisted users, as previously reported by fxcryptonews. The Polygon network was utilized when the software was first released in beta. The Robinhood team announced that it has now integrated support for the Ethereum network in the final release. As a result, users of Robinhood Wallet can now exchange and move specific ERC-20 tokens, such as Shiba Inu, among themselves on the Ethereum network. Users of Robinhood Wallet now have additional freedom and alternatives for managing and trading their digital assets, thanks to this increase in supported networks.

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