Cryptoz Liechtenstein

The platform Cryptoz Liechtenstein officially launched the business yesterday. Cryptoz Liechtenstein offers its customers a complete service and solves the existing complexity when buying cryptocurrencies. As with online shopping, customers can trade cryptocurrencies via Cryptoz Liechtenstein and are actively supported in the safekeeping of cryptocurrencies. The services are aimed at experienced and inexperienced direct customers. Professional financial intermediaries can benefit from professional services, giving their clients access to cryptocurrencies.

The founding team Eric Bade, Severin Beusch and Markus Illigen are supported by Dominic Beusch as Advisor. Together, the team has a very broad base and many years of experience in blockchain & cryptocurrency and banking.

“Eric Bade, Co-Founder of Cryptoz Liechtenstein: “During our many years of experience in cryptocurrency trading, we have encountered a number of problems that are both complicated and highly risky for clients. With Cryptoz Liechtenstein we want to solve these problems and provide our customers with a true all-round carefree service. We are constantly expanding the platform of Cryptoz Liechtenstein and developing a crypto-ecosystem for direct clients as well as professional financial service providers.”

Cryptoz Liechtenstein is officially registered with the Financial Market Authority (FMA) Liechtenstein. This makes Cryptoz Liechtenstein the first crypto exchange office in Liechtenstein and also the first financial services provider in the financial center to carry out a completely digital onboarding of new customers.

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