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FastBitcoins Partners With Flexepin To Extend To 20,000 Locations

Fastbitcoins (Courtesy: Twitter)
Fastbitcoins (Courtesy: Twitter)

FastBitcoins, on Thursday, announced a partnership with Flexepin, a leader in prepaid voucher solutions. According to the official blog, the partnership will expand their presence to over 20,000 locations globally, giving Flexepin customers the option to redeem their pre-paid cash vouchers for Bitcoin online, via

This means one thing: even more people all over the world can now obtain Bitcoin in a safe and familiar way!

The partnership with Flexepin is a major moment for the FastBitcoins team, giving us a competitive edge against other cash-for-bitcoin providers. FastBitcoins services will now be widely available in Australia, Canada, as well as a number of countries in Europe. They will also be available across a number of African countries (Kenya, Uganda, Ghana, Zambia and Namibia), via mobile money payments services. Flexepin vouchers can additionally be purchased online through 15 Flexepin partner websites.

 “Flexepin is happy to be a new funding method on the FastBitcoins site. Since 2016 Flexepin has become the leader in prepaid vouchers used at cryptocurrency exchanges globally.  Every day consumers around the world use Flexepin to purchase their first cryptocurrency and many more use it to add to their holdings.  They choose Flexepin because of its convenience and safety.  Flexepin is continually expanding its distribution network with thousands of online and offline locations being added regularly. We are sure that FastBitcoin’s customers will realise the benefits of using Flexepin,” Talking of the partnership, Effie Dimitropoulos, Global Operations Manager of Flexepin, said.

FastBitcoins service fees will vary based upon the currency that is being used with the service. A clear breakdown fees can be found on the FastBitcoins FAQ. Find your nearest location here.

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