Morrex Inc. Launches Virtual Currency Exchange Services
Earlier today in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada, MORREX Inc., announced the launch of its virtual currency exchange services that will deal with primarily Canadian dollars becoming the first company in of its kind in Quebec.
SHERBROOKE (I-Newswire) February 3, 2014 - Earlier today in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada, MORREX Inc., announced the launch of its virtual currency exchange services that will deal with primarily Canadian dollars becoming the first company Quebec to offer virtual currency exchange services. MORREX Inc. provides a secure, robust and reliable platform where members can buy or sell Bitcoins, Litecoins and Feathercoins, making it easier to exchange Canadian dollars into virtual currency and vice versa.
Since the creation of the Bitcoin in 2009, virtual currencies have facilitated currency transfers through the Internet and its extensive network of computers. Each transaction must be confirmed by at least 6 computers in the network. The virtual currency can then be used to make online purchases at those merchants that accept it as currency.
Rapid Market Growth of Bitcoins in 2013
2013 has proven to be a pivotal year for the industry, as the value of a Bitcoin has risen exponentially, from $13.55 USD just a few years ago to its present value of more than $800 USD.
There are several methods of procuring virtual currencies, one of which is purchasing them through a virtual exchange services company such as MORREX Inc.
There is growing interest and enthusiasm in virtual currencies. For these reasons MORREX Inc. has developed a reliable and secure platform to meet the growing needs of Canadians for virtual currency exchange services throughout the country. MORREX INC. will be the first company to offer bilingual customer support, a first in Canada!
MORREX Inc. offers its users a safe platform, forcing a 2-factor authentication. Users are obliged to use the combination of a password and a personal identification number requiring a four digit data entry procedure using a visual keyboard. MORREX Inc. is protected by SiteLock and its patented 360-degree scanning technology that has been designed to provide the ultimate protection while still being light enough to not affect site performance.
How Morrex Works
Registered users can make transactions on the exchange platform by accessing the website www.morrex.com. From the platform, it is subsequently possible to make deposits and withdrawals, and, with 3 virtual currencies Bitcoin, Litecoins and Feathercoins. To convert its virtual currency in Canadian dollars, multiple payment methods and deposits are accepted, i.e. Interac transfers, checks and bank transfers.
Available initially in English, the platform will also be available in French in the near future. Additional currencies are expected to be traded within the coming months.
About MORREX Inc.
MORREX Inc. is a Canadian-owned virtual currency exchange services company located in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada. Its 2-factor authentication requires that members enter their passwords and personal identification details for a safe, user-friendly customer experience. In order to offer its members a secure environment, the majority of deposits will be held in cold storage which involves sending Bitcoins to an offline wallet address.
About MORREX INC
Phone : 514-452-4600
Published On:February 3, 2014
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