Estonian Company ITEZ Enables BTC Trading Via Visa/MasterCard Credit Cards
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DataBridge, an Estonian digital company, has announced the official launch of the ITEZ exchange service enabling fast and secure bitcoin trading via VISA and MasterCard credit cards. The newly established service is specifically tailored to simplify fiat to crypto conversion.
ITEZ embedded widget solution provides for bitcoin purchasing in no time for both ITEZ website customers as well as for third-party partner websites having ITEZ solution installed thereat. In order to complete a transaction nothing more than entering a bitcoin amount, credit card number and bitcoin wallet address for cryptocurrency transfer is required. All transactions are performed as fast as the bitcoin network gets. Top security trading level is ensured through partnership with an acquirer with the highest level of PCI compliance (Level 1) under the PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard).
“‘How to buy bitcoins’ remains one of the top Internet searches with the world major search engines. However, customers are still somewhat hesitant to favour the right exchanger. The primary concern lies within making your service of choice, with only a handful of reliable and secure options available on the market,’ says ITEZ’s CEO Mr. Vitaly Medvedev. ‘ITEZ solution ensures top security level and is fully compliant with the current legislative standards. ITEZ widget is easily integrated into any website. Thus, customers can purchase cryptocurrency through well-known and trusted websites collaborating with ITEZ”.
ITEZ platform is operated by DataBridge OU, which is incorporated in Estonia (registration number: # 4515009). DataBridge holds a virtual currency to fiat money exchange license and a virtual currency storage license, thus being completely legitimate and in conformance with the European Union regulations concerning user data protection. Both licenses are issued by the Government of Estonia (license #FVR000520 and # FRK000433 respectively).