New partnership will allow Bitstamp’s customers to deposit and withdraw funds denominated in GBP
LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Bitstamp, Europe’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, and BCB Group, one of the world’s leading global digital asset prime brokers, today announced a new partnership to enable investors from the UK to transfer GBP directly to and from their Bitstamp accounts.
Through this partnership, Bitstamp can support deposits and withdrawals directly in GBP, providing increased efficiency and reduced costs for clients.
Oliver von Landsberg-Sadie, CEO, BCB Group, said: “We are delighted to be partnering with Bitstamp to create an efficient transaction experience for UK clients wishing to deposit and withdraw funds in GBP.”
BCB Group caters to the needs of exchanges, institutions and high net worth clients seeking OTC best execution for their accounts, and who wish to offer digital asset services to their clients.
Bitstamp, the world’s longest standing crypto exchange and industry pioneer, has placed an emphasis on reliable and secure service since it opened its doors in 2011. “This is a great fit,” said Nejc Kodrič, Bitstamp CEO. “One of our points of emphasis is providing robust payment rails to our global customer base. We’re excited to have BCB Group provide an additional boost to our efforts on that front.”
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