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Bitcoin.com Exchange Partners up with Changelly to Add more Cryptos

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Bitcoin.com, once primarily a Bitcoin Cash boosting news, information, and wallet site, branched off to offer an exchange service called the Bitcoin.com Exchange. The latest move from this exchange now sees it partnering with instant cryptocurrency exchange platform Changelly. 

The intention with this move to expand the offering for Bitcoin.com Exchange users as they will now have the ability to access over 150 different cryptocurrencies with just a click. Both of these companies bring various benefits for one another with Bitcoin.com offering experience and expertise and Changelly having a bevy of options.

When Bitcoin.com announced it would be launching its own exchange, it was following a recent rebrand from the company that was launched in 2015. The rebrand also came with a more inclusive attitude as Bitcoin Cash was no longer the only cryptocurrency being pushed by the news and wallet site. 

Bitcoin.com has been moving to offer a deeper and more well-rounded service of late, even having partnered with HTC and its blockchain phone, Exodus 1.

This partnering with Changelly is in line with their perceived change in direction as they look to expand on the coins they offer in their exchange. Before this addition, the exchange offered support for Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, USDT with XRP, Litecoin, EOS, Tron, Stellar, Dash, and Zcash also earmarked to be added at a later date. 

Changelly is one of the more widely known non-custodial cryptocurrency swap services, which is a usual service in changing different coins in an instant. The partnership with the Bitcoin.com Exchange will certainly expand their portfolio, but they will be adding a big edge to what Bitcoin.com can offer. 

Darryn Pollock
Darryn has been interested in the blockchain and cryptocurrency space since he heard about Bitcoin in 2015. He then decided to use his journalism degree to report on this fascinating fintech space in 2016, and has not looked back since.

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