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$ZIL is now listed on the Crypto.com App. Buy and sell Zilliqa now at true cost with bank transfer and credit card (both are supported!)

Best place to purchase ZIL at true cost with zero fees and markups

<HONG KONG, August 14, 2019>  -  Crypto.com, the pioneering payments and cryptocurrency platform, announced today that it has listed Zilliqa’s ZIL to its App. ZIL joins a growing list of cryptocurrencies and stablecoins on the Crypto.com platform, such as bitcoin (BTC), ether (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), XRP, TrueUSD (TUSD), PAXOS (PAX), and its own MCO and CRO Tokens.

Zilliqa is a high-performance public blockchain platform, designed for high throughput using sharding. On its testnet, Zilliqa has managed to achieve a throughput of over 2,828 transactions per second (TPS).

With ZIL added to the Crypto.com, users can now purchase it at true cost with no fees - credit card and bank transfer both supported. As Crypto.com also offers the MCO Visa Card, this adds additional utility to ZIL as users can easily convert cryptocurrencies into fiat currencies and spend at over 40m merchants globally.

Kris Marszalek, Co-Founder and CEO of Crypto.com said: “We’re pleased to have the ZIL token join our platform to provide a wider variety of cryptocurrencies for our customers. With our shared vision to drive innovative solutions in real-world use, we look forward to working with Zilliqa to accelerate the world’s transition to cryptocurrency.”

Amrit Kumar, President and Chief Scientific Officer at Zilliqa said: “Always on a quest to offer the best value to our growing community, we are pleased to be listed on the crypto.com platform, which is committed to driving everyday use of cryptocurrencies. It’s exciting to know that through an MCO Visa card - which acts like a debit card - you could use ZILs to buy your next cup of coffee!”

Note:  Zilliqa is not available for Crypto.com App users in the U.S.

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