Ziglu launches peer-to-peer payments for crypto and fiat currencies

Ziglu, the challenger and fully FCA authorised Electronic Money Institution, has launched peer-to-peer payments for all currencies across the Ziglu app.

Peer-to-peer (P2P) payments are transactions that can be used for anything from splitting a dinner bill between friends to paying rent. These payments allow the transfer of funds between two parties, bypassing the need for direct debits or cash. Now, Ziglu customers can instantly send or receive any currency from any contact within the Ziglu community.

Ziglu launched in June, 2020  with a vision to offer accessible, simple and secure access to any currency. Users can instantly and effortlessly exchange and send their fiat and digital currencies and monitor their balances in real-time.

With Ziglu 100% of customers’ total digital assets are insured against cyber-attacks, up to the value of £50,000 and fiat currencies are safeguarded in a segregated account. With Ziglu peer-to-peer payments, personal information is kept personal and private, providing greater security and peace of mind.

Mark Hipperson, Ziglu Founder and Chief Executive Officer said: “Paying people should be instant, free and easy regardless of their location or the currency,  whether that is splitting the cost of your AirBnB or sending a Bitcoin birthday present.”

Ziglu is constantly enhancing the platform in response to customer needs with a lot more features, functionality and currencies scheduled for delivery in 2020 and beyond.

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Author: Lauren Towner

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