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Bitcoin Malaysia news: CoinHako now accepts Ringgit!

Bitcoin Malaysia news: CoinHako now accepts Ringgit!

As far as Bitcoin Malaysia goes, there’s no doubt that there’s a thriving market and community in the country. A quick Google search alone will bring up multiple hits leading you to online Bitcoin communities in Malaysia. Here, members can read up on latest industry happenings, find out about gatherings around the country, and best of all, engage in discussion with each other. Telegram chat groups are also flourishing, allowing community members to stay in the loop more than ever.

Well Bitcoin Malaysia,we’ve heard what you have to say.

As the “easiest way to buy and sell Bitcoin in Asia”, you are now able to view the current value of Bitcoin in not only Singapore Dollar (SGD) and US Dollar (USD), but also Malaysian Ringgit (MYR)! It takes the fiat currency exchange rate factor out of the equation, and lets you carry out international transactions with ease.

With MYR being added to the mix, Bitcoin users in Malaysia should find accessing the full suite of CoinHako services easier than ever. Once you create a wallet with CoinHako, you can buy, sell, send and receive Bitcoin.

You might ask (and rightly so): “I can do that with almost any other wallet, so why should I opt to use yours?” The answer is simple: CoinHako makes it easy, and secure.

Signing up alone takes only minutes, and once you sign in you are immediately directed to your wallet, where you can then view your Bitcoin balance, as well as the SGD, USD and MYR prices. At the top of the page, you can also opt to view your transaction history, your account and as well as buy and sell your Bitcoin, all in one place.

As a new Malaysian CoinHako user, the first thing to do is to deposit money in your local currency into the wallet. Once you have topped up your wallet, your Ringgit can be used to purchase Bitcoins, for you to sell or send. Alternately, you can also use your wallet to receive Bitcoin, by giving the sender your address, which is a single-use token. To find your address, just scroll up to the top of the page when you access your wallet and click ‘RECEIVE’ under your Bitcoin balance. Additionally, you can create multiple addresses for various purposes (e.g. receiving money from your parents when you’re studying overseas).

We are only scratching the surface here and giving you a beginner’s tour of what CoinHako is best known for. Stick with us as we bring you more and more exciting news to enrich your Bitcoin experience. To find out more about CoinHako and Bitcoin, visit us on Facebook athttps://www.facebook.com/coinhako/.

And for those Bitcoin users in Malaysia that are uninitiated with this cryptocurrency, here’s a quick crash course!