In times when cryptocurrencies, cryptocurrencies or digital money are becoming more and more common, even for the payment of daily transactions, the questions related to their commercialization are no longer alien.
And precisely because there are many people, men and women, who have begun to look at cryptocurrencies as an investment haven, to which is added the decision of a country like The Savior, which has become the first Latin American country to adopt Bitcoin as its official currency, it is worth knowing how and where to get cryptocurrencies?
In principle, to start in the business of buying and selling cryptocurrencies, it is important to know and take into account two concepts that are basic and essential in the world of digital money: ‘blockchain’ and ‘exchange’.
The ‘blockchain’, also known as “chain of blocks” is the network on which cryptocurrencies work and stores all the changes that occur in your trading, so it works as a kind of “accounting book”, which is public and accessible.
While ‘exchange’ is the platform that allows transactions with cryptocurrencies. In that sense, it works as an “exchange market” because it allows you to buy, sell or exchange your cryptocurrencies for local money, in our case for soles.
Precisely, in the Peruvian market, among the most well-known or popular platforms or ‘exchanges’ that allow buying, selling or exchanging cryptocurrencies are:
Considered one of the safest sites to buy and sell cryptocurrencies, both for beginners and professionals. Transaction bitcoins, ether, litecoin and other cryptocurrencies. They ensure that more than 90% of the funds they handle are stored in vaults disconnected from the Internet.
With more than eight years in the market, it is a ‘fintech’ specialized in the immediate exchange of digital values. He has traded more than 1,697 bitcoins. It allows you to buy cryptocurrencies by depositing soles from a bank account of BBVA Continental, BCP, Interbank, Scotiabank and Banco de la Nación.
Defined as an intuitive investment platform, its users can acquire cryptocurrencies directly or through Contracts for Difference (CFDs), in addition to other financial instruments.