Coinxes.io Announces Its Private Sales Starting 1st of March 2019

[London, United Kingdom], [12/02/2019] – Coinxes.io, a peer-to-peer cryptocurrency exchange, connecting sellers and buyers around the world, is pleased to announce that it will conduct its first private sales on 1st of March 2019. The Coinxes platform is a digital exchange which enables users to buy and sell cryptocurrencies from anywhere across the globe.

Compared to a person’s average exchange, Coinxes offers more features which connect the gaps faced by users registered in other exchanges. The platform is fully decentralised, permitting users to buy and sell cryptocurrencies P2P in a much more secure setting. It’s not susceptible prone to any hackings and eventual loss of funds, as client fund isn’t held within the platform.

Coinxes takes pride in its ability to connect buyers to sellers via its escrow. The platform enables sellers to set a particular price and choose a preferred payment method. What’s more, the escrow service of the platform offers much security for its users. It applies to each transaction serving users who commit to purchase crypto from registered traders. It stores the funds of the buyer, releasing them after the buyer has gained coins within the cryptocurrency address the person presents.

The vision of the platform is to establish a platform where crypto traders can buy and sell crypto without any limitation based on the mode of payment, language, location and not being charged various times for withdrawals, trading, and deposits. They wish to help ICO publishers to gain their hard-cap and to reach a much wider audience.

Coinxes Gold Token or CXG is the native token of the platform. It enables holders to accomplish among other stuff, trade within cryptocurrency on the Coinxes platform, purchase any of the given tokens on the platform dedicated ICO counter or opt to investment options run by the platform.

The platform now encourages everyone around the world to participate in their first private sales starting the 1st of March 2019. For interested buyers, they can purchase CXG tokens by clicking on the “buy tokens” tab on the top right corner of their browser and follow the prompts to register. They will need to pay a KYC that includes presenting personal information. After the user registers an account, they can follow the prompts to purchase CXG tokens.

About Coinxes.io:

Coinxes is a secure P2P cryptocurrency exchange platform which connects cryptocurrency buyers and sellers via a safe and unique escrow system. Users can talk about the price of the currency, set the amount to purchase or sell and pick from a plethora of payment methods. The platform enables users to commence the trade within their native language. It offers a committed ERc20 tokens counter wherein active ICOs could list their tokens for investors from the globe over to purchase it.

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For more information about Coinxes and its upcoming private sales, send them an email at support@coinxes.com or visit their website at https://www.coinxes.io/.

Media Contact: 

Contact: Omas Edema

Company: Coinxes

Address: Kemp House, 160 City Road, London, EC1V 2NX

Contact Number: +447500772156

Email: support@coinxes.com

Website: https://www.coinxes.io/

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