Buying a bit coin at an Australian newspaper store?

BINANCE, the cryptographic exchange, has announced BinanceLite Australia, which will be able to purchase bit coins from an Australian news outlet on March 19 (local time).

Binnen Wright Australia will be introduced in more than 1,300 news outlets in Australia. Consumers can buy bit coins in Australian dollars, the legal currency. We will increase the number of support passwords and legal currencies in the future.

The service aims to provide convenience for consumers who are new to Bitcoin. Visit the Binnenthury Australia site first, click Buy Bitcoin, place an order ID check, and review your online order. Then, if you deposit cash at a nearby newsstand, you will be able to send a bit coin to the designated address.

Binnance is expanding its services around the world. In October of last year, we opened the legal currency support exchange in Uganda in Africa. In January of this year, we also opened an exchange in New Jersey, USA, where we can exchange currency, British pound and euro. Not long ago, Zhao Changfeng Bainance CEO suggested that there is also a plan to start a legal currency exchange in Argentina. For more information, please click here .



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