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April 4, 2019 4:22 PM UTC

Paybis Leaps Towards Worldwide Crypto Adoption by Translating Its Website into 5 New Languages

In its efforts to help the world discover and buy Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, Paybis has decided to expand its services by translating its website into 5 new languages!

It has been said that the companies that will thrive in the next surge of cryptocurrencies are the ones that are working hard on improving the space and making digital currencies more accessible to the public.

Through consistent action, Paybis rightfully claims a spot amongst the leaders in the front line of the cryptocurrency revolution.

In its efforts to help the world discover and buy Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, Paybis has decided to expand its services by translating its website into 5 new languages!

Paybis will now be available in 7 languages – English, Russian, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, French and German. The company hopes that, by making cryptocurrency information more available, they will further help the worldwide adoption of digital currencies.

The cryptocurrency exchange, which has been helping customers buy and sell cryptocurrencies since 2014, has been praised by the public as a trustworthy and reliable option and is continuously looking to improve by adding more payment options.

You can currently use Paybis to buy Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies with (USD & EUR) Bank transfers, Credit and Debit Cards, Perfect Money, Skrill, Advanced Cash, Neteller, as well as Payeer.

Paybis is only making its first steps to assist mainstream adoption, by helping everyone buy cryptocurrency in their native language.

From now on, people all over the world will gain access to digital currencies by bridging the borders of language.

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