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March 15, 2019

What cryptocurrencies can you buy on Coindirect?

cryptocurrencies you can buy with rands and euros

Coindirect allows people all over the world to buy 43 of the leading digital currencies using their local currency or other cryptocurrencies. Currently, Coindirect fully supports crypto-to-fiat payments in South Africa and Europe (SEPA Countries) using the ZAR and Euro Wallets respectively. In other regions, customers can purchase crypto on our marketplace from local sellers who accept payments using local payment methods for example in Nigeria you can buy bitcoin using naira from a Nigerian seller who accepts Bank deposits, and you can buy bitcoin in Kenya from a vendor who accepts payment in Kenyan Shilling via MPESA. If you already have cryptocurrency elsewhere on external wallets you can deposit directly into your Coindirect Wallets and then use that crypto to buy other crypto using our conversion feature.

 

Coins that you can send and receive via your Coindirect Wallets

You can also set up direct peer-to-peer offers on the marketplace for any these coins

 

Bitcoin: Is the world’s first cryptocurrency, developed by the mysterious inventor Satoshi Nakamoto in 2008. [Learn more]

Ripple: A blockchain payment system created for digital asset exchanges, banks and more [Learn more]

Ethereum: The Ethereum software was created to run smart contracts. Users are, therefore, able to develop and deploy decentralised applications [Learn more]

Bitcoin Cash: Developed in 2017 as a fork of Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash BCH is able to process large volumes of transactions, by increasing the size of blocks [Learn more]

Litecoin: A peer-to-peer cryptocurrency, specifically developed for fast and affordable transactions [Learn more]

Tether: Currently the most widely integrated digital-to-fiat currency, which is backed by $1 for each USDT issued [Learn more]

Dash: A digital money system. Dash cryptocurrency was developed for fast and secure transactions [Learn more]

Dai: Is a stablecoin by Makerdao built on the ethereum platform pegged to $1 [Learn more]

 

You may also be interested in trading these 7 coins as a Coindirect trader, selling crypto in different markets. Here is a guide offering tips on how to get set up, read it here.

 

How to send and receive cryptocurrency on Coindirect

 

 

Privacy coins that you can buy on Coindirect

 

Monero: Launching back in 2014 as a fork of Bytecoin, Monero is known as one of the most stable and secure cryptocurrencies around. The coin keeps transactions private by not only hiding the addresses of the senders and receivers on the ledger but also the value being sent. [Learn more]

Dash: Dash came out in 2014 and is probably the most user-friendly of the privacy coins with merchant focused approach. It has the ability to keep your activity history and balances completely private through the PrivateSend process, which mixes your coins multiple times with other coins being sent on the network using Dash masternodes. [Learn more]

Zcash: Is a bitcoin fork with a primary privacy feature that uses zero-knowledge Succinct Non-Interactive Argument of Knowledge proofs (zk-SNARKs) [Learn more]

Verge: Verge uses anonymity-centric networks like TOR and I2P to fully obfuscate the IP addresses of the users. Further security comes from their Core QT wallet as it has built-in TOR integration and SSL encryption. [Learn more]

Navcoin: Navcoins focus has been on emphasising the coin’s design, usability and experience as it offers fast, private transactions. Nav has block confirmations every thirty seconds which beats its privacy coin competitors. [Learn more]

ZenCash (Horizen): This coin launched in May 2017 as a fork of Zclassic, which was a fork of the original Zcash. Its overall goal is to be the most useful privacy cryptocurrency on the market by being a secure platform for money, messages & media [Learn more]

 

Cryptocurrencies for building blockchain applications

 

Ethereum: The most popular coin used to create Decentralised Applications (DApps). Ethereum is the number one platform used to create ICO tokens. [Learn more]

EOS: Making decentralised applications easier to build through the EOSIO software [Learn more]

Tron: Tron was founded to alter traditional internet practices and build a decentralised operating system (OS). Essentially, a blockchain OS on which developers can create decentralised applications. [Learn more]

Cryptocurrencies used for tipping online

Dogecoin – The “Joke  Currency” to be reckoned with often used for tipping on online social platforms. This coin started off as a joke, designed to be a fun coin and named after the Shiba Inu “doge” meme. [Learn more]

Steem – Is a social blockchain that grows communities and makes immediate revenue streams possible for users by rewarding them for sharing content. [Learn more]

Reddcoin – “The social currency of the digital age.” According to their site since 2014, Reddcoin has envisioned creating the first blockchain platform to use personalized IDs for social media tipping. [Learn more]

There are more cryptocurrencies available on the Coindirect platform. Sign up and verify your account using this link to get 2 XRP. Get your earn link and start sharing your link to earn up to 7 XRP for each person you refer.