There have been various announcements made by the famous crypto wallet Abra lately.
They have revealed that they have now added support for the Basic Attention Token, Cardano and Tron (TRX) and they now plan to allow users to fund Abra wallets using Bitcoin Cash within the next week.
It seems that customers will get the ability to make transfers from European bank accounts straight into the Abra wallets.
This will basically allow all users in Europe to fund an Abra wallet via a European bank account.
— Abra (@AbraGlobal) September 4, 2018
Abra wallet currently supports 28 cryptos
A bank customer from Europe will be able to buy any of the 28 digital cryptos that are currently supported on Abra.
The Abra app interface allows users to track portfolios, exchange crypto for crypto via Bitcoin and maybe the most important aspects of them all is that they’ll also be able to check market prices.
There are also 50 fiat currencies available which users can buy.
The 28 digital currencies supported by Abra are the ones below:
It’s also important to note that four members of the European Free Trade Association are supported for digital currency purchases and also bank accounts for all the members of the European Union.
Abra’s main goal is to generate a wider palette for existing digital currency investors as well as for the new ones that enter the cryptosphere.
Before this announcement users have been able to fund their Abra wallets via bank and wire transfers in the US and via American Express, MasterCard debit, Visa and credit cards throughout the globe.
Abra is fully peer to peer and lets wallet users hold their own private keys directly without having to use any intermediaries.
It’s also worth noting that their competitor, Coinbase exchange is currently supporting five cryptos: Litecoin, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, Bitcoin Cash, and Bitcoin.
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