Swiss Regulated Fintech Startup with 30% monthly growth, Announces Support for EURS


Release Date

Thursday, November 21, 2019


Zug, Switzerland – November 21, 2019 –  Aximetriaa fintech company that offers a crypto-centric mobile finance app for exchange, remittances and passive investments, announces full support for EURS, a Euro-backed stablecoin. For the first time, even users who lack bank accounts can transact fiat values – digitally, in-person or across borders, and then get it into cash money. Unbanked citizens of the world have an important new option: simply download and install Aximetria, and optionally sign up for a debit card tied to your new crypto wallet.

Aximetria is leading the “third wave” neo-banking, building no-excuses solutions that could turn the world into a more competitive marketplace. International transfers, liquidity, and quick settlement are no longer just for large institutions. Empowerment is the promise of cryptocurrency and blockchain in the first place, but to date few firms working in the space have managed to remain true to the mission of “banking the unbanked.” 

Aximetria offers a powerful link between fiat and crypto banking experiences. The firm previously integrated the Winklevoss Twins’ Gemini Dollar, and would now like to announce their commitment to have a complete range of support for all popular stablecoins in calendar year 2019. 

“Changing the way stablecoins are accepted and used worldwide is the ultimate destination of the STASIS project. Our team is fully committed to the idea of not just providing the best possible solution to the digital asset industry for today's needs - but creating a very layer that will make it possible to establish a solid foundation for the years to come,” shares his vision Gregory Klumov, CEO at STASIS. 

Advantages to STASIS EURS users:

·       Transfer EURS internationally without middlemen.

·       Use Aximetria’s growing marketplace to spend EURS tokens directly at over 100 merchants.

·       Opt to spend their EURS with any debit card.

·       Use the Aximetria or another debit card to withdraw cash anywhere in the world with competitive fees.

Aximetria offers the zero-fee environment, i.e. no commission on exchange, remittances and savings. The company is committed to providing Swiss-level finance services to global consumers in Europe, Africa, Asia and Latin America. Unlike European neo-banks offering traditional currencies only to Europeans, Aximetria continues to adhere to the policy of providing high-quality, stable and secure financial instruments globally. Adding EURS stablecoins is part of Aximetria's universal approach to adoption -- targeting Africa, Asia and Latin America, who otherwise have difficulty obtaining global fiat currencies.

Legal and infrastructural barriers make access to the global marketplace very difficult for such people.

“Our goal is to make daily transactions, payments or savings in stablecoins as easy and convenient for our customers as in any other currency. Aximetria users enjoy the safety, comfort and ease of use through a simple, convenient mobile application. It’s interesting to note that in some regions of Latin America, the interest to EURS is greater than to the GUSD,” says Alexey Ermakov, CEO and founder at Aximetria.

This summer, Aximetria has unveiled its revolutionary AxiDrop feature, letting Aximetria customers transfer cryptocurrencies, traditional currencies or cryptocurrency converted from traditional currencies to any mobile phone number worldwide – whether the recipient already has cryptocurrencies or not, whether they have a crypto wallet or not – or even if they don’t as yet possess a bank account. In addition, it makes no difference whether the end user has an iPhone or Android – as long as the end user can receive an SMS, they can receive a money transfer. Under strict Swiss VQF SRO regulation, the company is taking banking and currency transfers to the next level, opening up its services not only to those already served by banks, but to the addition 4.5 billion global citizens underserved by traditional banks.     


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