NAGA, the Fintech company promoter of the NAGA Coin (NGC) and operator of the Social Investing Network NAGA announces the release of its crypto/fiat exchange NAGAX.com after an extensive beta period.
NAGAX offers users fast and instant access to major cryptocurrencies as well as NAGA’s native currency – the NAGA Coin. The major USP of NAGAX.com is the full integration into the Social Investing Network NAGA.com platform which is used by more than half a million traders and allows users to copy the most successful traders on more than 800 tradable assets such as Stocks, ETFs or CFDs on Counter-Strike items.
NAGA Group CEO Benjamin Bilski (Forbes 30 under 30), says: “With the launch of NAGAx finally the vision of a trading platform across all asset classes is complete. NAGAx offers super-fast execution and a very user-friendly interface on web and mobile screens.
Through NAGA users can exchange fiat to crypto or even crypto to gaming items with one single account. With the native NAGA Coin, our users can now benefit from lower trading fees as well as from the NGC-based trading accounts in NAGA.com that allow double rewards for attracting other traders to copy your trades.
All in all, we are convinced that people will gradually understand the power and uniqueness of NAGA and all of its interconnected applications and the ultimate utility for NAGA Coin as the most versatile cryptocurrency for stock trading.”
The most important thing is that for the first 3 months NAGAX.com is offering ZERO Fees. After a 3 months period, NAGA will introduce an 8-tier fee system. Users who activate the “NAGA Coin”- mode, however, will save 50% of the fees if paid in NGC.
NAGAX will be connected to NAGA.com through the NAGA Wallet. Users from the SEPA Region can also benefit from the integrated NAGA Card and a personal IBAN account.
All products and NAGA apps are free and can be obtained with one single account.
For more information about the NAGAX, please visit the exchange website at nagax.com and by following their social media accounts: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Telegram.
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