EU-regulated payment platform Worldcore launches Worldcore.trade cryptoexchange and industry-first secure PCI-DSS compliant wallets for ERC-20 tokens.
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Worldcore follows its roadmap and finally launched over 10 new products since ICO ended.
On June 1 Worldcore launched it’s own branded cryptocurrency exchange Worldcore.trade. The exchange has the lowest commissions in the industry for order of 0.01%, 24/7 live chat and e-mail customer service and instant withdrawals to any of supported coins. The exchange currently supports Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, DASH, Litecoin and, of course, Worldcore’s WRC token. The exchange is development on the most productive and innovative Golang (also known as Go) programming language developed by Google in 2009 for own software development. Worldcore.trade
At the moment developers are integrating new special features including listing of tokens, cashbacks, airdrops and giveaways. The team is also adding new coins including Ripple, Monero, NEO and other major ones. Marketing department is working on bringing new customers to exchange by global international multi-channel promotion of the product.
Worldcore team has developed cryptowallets for Bitcoin, Ethereum and Dash and the world’s first wallets for Ethereum ERC-20 tokens, which are compliant with PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security). Since May, the wallets are also available in both iOS and Android mobile app. The wallets also include charts and detailed information about tokens for comfort of Worldcore customers. The team is also going to integrate SMS, e-mail and Telegram alerts to keep the clients updated about price change to assist them with more successful trading.
The company also recently announced Ripple integration into Worldcore payment platform, which will turn Worldcore into even more friendly payment service for blockchain community. In the nearest time the customers of Worldcore.trade exchange will be able to to participate in Airdrop of WRC tokens. Next month the company is planning to let the customers of Worldcore.trade load FIAT balances to exchange from Worldcore payment account supporting almost 10 FIAT currencies.