P2P Bitcoin trading app ‘Bitro’ Updating…Supports point and gift certificate transactions

The app was updated with the beat.

[Digital Today Reporter Chigyu Hwang] Gemper announced on the 25th that it has updated its P2P-based digital asset transaction service’Vitro’ app, supports point and gift certificate transactions, and opened Chinese yuan (CNY) and US dollar (USD) markets.

Bitro is a P2P app service that Gambler launched last month, and it features a bitcoin escrow function that allows users to trade with confidence. With this update, points and gift certificates have been added to the existing payment method that only had account transfer. When writing a transaction, the user can select points or gift certificates as a payment method, and Bitro provides a customized transaction method according to the payment method selected by the user.

The newly opened CNY and USD markets are separated from the existing KRW (KRW) market and offer different transactions. In each market, you can trade based on the corresponding national currency, and the bitcoin market price is provided by applying the exchange rate to the won market price. The market can be changed with a button on the home screen.

A hashtag feature was also added. When writing a transaction, a hashtag is displayed to other users by freely writing down information about the transaction or what you want to say. When you pay with points or gift certificates, you can also write down what points or gift certificates you pay with.

An official of Bitro said, “Bitro is a bitcoin escrow-based service, but the core of the service that the company pursues is free and secure asset trading. Therefore, in the future, we will continue to develop Bitcoin so that even those who are new to Bitcoin or who are not interested in Bitcoin can use Bitcoin. We look forward to your interest and feedback.”

Author/ Translator: Jamie Kim
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