Fortaleza Digital Limited Launches Crypto Trading Pairs in Native Currencies in Latin America

Fortaleza Digital Limited, a global fintech that enables individuals, corporations and institutions to access crypto markets in a safe and secure environment, has announced the launch of crypto trading pairs in Latin American native currencies.

These indigenous currencies, such as the Mexican peso or Brazilian real, allow users in Latin America to easily buy and sell in their local currency, making it more accessible and convenient than ever before.

Fortaleza Digital Limited is committed to providing a world-class platform for buying and selling cryptocurrencies in Latin America. The exchange has always had a strong focus in Latin America, and this latest development is proof of that commitment.

The addition of native currency trading pairs is the latest in a series of moves by Fortaleza Digital Ltd. aimed at providing access to crypto traders in Latin America. The exchange offers a wide variety of cryptocurrencies as well as tools and resources to help users make informed trades.

According to the company, the increase in domestic currency trading pairs is a major goal to bring financial freedom to underdeveloped countries. With this recent growth, the exchange is well positioned to continue its rapid growth and become the main destination for cryptocurrency trading in Latin America.

Jean-Francois Amiot, CEO of Fortaleza Limited, said: “We are delighted to be able to enable our users to buy and sell cryptocurrencies in their native currencies. We meet a lot of people in Latin America. We are committed to making crypto trading accessible and convenient for everyone, and this is just the beginning,” added Mr. Amiot.

About Fortaleza Digital Inc.

Fortaleza Digital is a global fintech offering blockchain-based trading and payment technology through centralized and decentralized exchanges as well as NFT Marketplace, DeFi Tokens and Metaverse Exchange.


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