Lack Of Knowledge About Cryptocurrency No Barrier For Building Digital Assets

Even if you don’t have much knowledge about cryptocurrency, you can still amass digital wealth. A new product helps you do so.

The biggest obstacle for many an investor is the lack of knowledge about cryptocurrencies. Simply because they don’t know much about it, they are hesitant about investing in it. However, a US startup has now made it possible for investors to buy crypto coins in bulk.

Circle Internet Financial has launched a new product, called Buy The Market, to attract retail investors. In this program, retail investors will be able to buy seven cryptocurrencies simultaneously after they pass the security check. The seven crypto coins that are part of this product are Zcash, Monero, Litecoin, Ethereum Classic, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash and Bitcoin.

Weekly Limit

At this moment, the product has a weekly transaction limit for buying cryptocurrencies, and that’s $10,000. It is designed such a way to abide by the necessary Anti-Money Laundering and Know-Your-Customer regulations.

According to Rachel Mayer, who is behind the development of the investment products of the company, the program is specifically designed for those who are just starting to invest in the cryptocurrency market but don’t have much idea how to do it.

“They can easily sign up and within a few minutes connect their bank account and instantly get access,” Forbes quoted Mayer as saying.

Similar investment packages are presently available in the market. There are platforms that offer institutional investors to buy cryptocurrency baskets. The minimum investment allowed is $10,000. However, Circle offers the basket to individuals, while keeping the minimum investment limit to $1 only. Every investment will be divided into seven parts to buy each cryptocurrency in accordance with its present market cap.

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Sounak has years of experience in online news publication. He has previously worked for IBTimes, The Inquisitr and Free Press Journal.

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