Bitmama is bringing New Year presents to your doorsteps. Ruth Iselema, the Founder of Bitmama announced that the exchange conducted its first live sale on the 22nd of December and is currently open to customers. The exchange will be offering its customers and traders the ability to buy and sell Bitcoins first, and then Ethereum and other digital currencies in Africa.
Bitmama is an exchange that will enable users to create their own wallets and purchase cryptocurrencies simply by connecting their wallets with their Bank Accounts, Credit or Debit cards, and mobile money accounts. All they have to do is input their bank verification number (BVN) to synchronize their account with the platform and the rest is history.
Verification and Security
To ensure users security, customers can enable their two-factor authentication using third-party apps like Authy or Google Authenticator to ensure data is safe. When you sign up, you provide an email address, your name and country of residence. Before you can buy cryptocurrency, the exchange has to verify your account. The verification form requires a full name, password and a phone number. Also, Bitmama assures customers that their credit and debit card information is not stored on the exchange server.
After verification, you can buy and sell cryptocurrencies worth up to 100,000 Naira using Paystack. For customers with a higher limit, Bitmama will be accepting direct deposits that will allow its users to purchase cryptos worth up to a max of 5 million Naira at once. This means that the exchange will carter for both small investors and big-time investors.
Bitmama Customer Support
The primary channel to reach Bitmama support is through email and its chatbot found on every page of the website (https://www.bitmama.io). A team of customer representatives is available to deliver a fast response to queries consistently by the minute, we believe 30 mins is a long time to attend to your needs. Also, Bitmama has its head office in Lagos, Nigeria and its team are working to ensure that Africa finds a lasting solution to its remittance, inflation, poverty, and lack of financial inclusion problems through Blockchain and Bitcoin.
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