Crypto.com Releases Turkish Lira (TRY) Fiat Wallet For Users in Turkey

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Turkey is a crucial expansion region for Crypto.com, the world’s top cryptocurrency platform for licenses, registrations, and security certifications. As a result, the company is constantly adding new products and services for its customers there.

Recently, Crypto.com announced the release of a Turkish Lira (TRY) Fiat Wallet for Crypto.com App users in Turkey. Customers of the TRY Fiat Wallet have access to instant, nil-fee deposits and withdrawals from all Turkish banks, seven days a week. Users also have the option of exchanging over 250 different currencies using TRY. See this link for details about the TRY Fiat Wallet.

To further serve its Turkish consumers, Crypto.com has recently made improvements to the localization of its Exchange app and Exchange web Gen 3.0 platforms, resulting in an exceptional trading experience of over 200+ pairings.

“We are truly excited to launch several new product offerings in this important and ever-dynamic market” said Kris Marszalek, Co-Founder and CEO of Crypto.com. “We’ll continue to build and provide the top quality and secure service to our Turkish users.”

“Crypto adoption and Web3 ecosystem continues to grow in Turkey which is why we remain focused on providing our existing and new users in the market the best and most secure crypto experience” said Onur Guven, General Manager, Turkey at Crypto.com. “These latest enhancements to our products and platforms for Turkish users are just the beginning of how we plan to double down on our investment and commitment to growth in Turkey.”

Note: There are zero costs associated with using Crypto.com. However, please be aware that users are responsible for paying any fees levied by their respective banks. Terms and Conditions apply.

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