Liechtenstein Postal Service announced the start of the provision of services for the sale and exchange of cryptocurrencies in its branches.
From February 15, in one of the metropolitan branches, everyone can buy bitcoins (BTC) and get a physical wallet that generates public and private keys. Further, exchange services are planned to be provided in all post offices of the country, as well as to include in the list of available coins Ethereum (ETH), Ripple (XRP), Litecoin (LTC) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH).
In order to start trading virtual currency, the Liechtenstein postal service has partnered with the Swiss regulated financial company Värdex Suisse AG. According to the organizers of the initiative, crypto exchange is no different from other money exchange business..
Tiny countries are at the top right now by the level of development of the cryptoindustry and distributed ledger technologies. Liechtenstein recently introduced its own legislation to regulate blockchain business and systems based on it..
Italy is also following cutting edge trends. Recently, the country’s parliament approved a bill defining the conditions for the use of blockchain.
text: Ivan Malichenko, photo: 1.bp.blogspot