SafePal has integrated Binance Connect infrastructure into its wallets
Clients of the service will be able to buy cryptocurrency on the exchange directly
Today, September 1, the official blog of Binance announced the news about the cooperation of the exchange with the service SafePal. Among other things, the latter offers a line of hardware wallets running the software of the same name.
As part of the cooperation, SafePal customers will be able to buy and sell cryptocurrencies directly. To do so, simply register an account with the service, and then fund it with a credit or debit card.
The project’s audience reaches around 6 million users worldwide. In turn, the exchange received its first portfolio of hardware wallets with the Binance Connect infrastructure already integrated.
SafePal S1 models sell for $69.99. A special leather case can be purchased for them from the company’s official website. The SafePal app, on the other hand, is completely free and available to everyone.
In our thoughts – safepal is a great competitor versus trust wallet. Also, interesting, that on the development stage – binance invested in both wallets! And have profit from both. Great business way.