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Money Trade Coin - new age cryptocurrency

Money Trade Coin, the new age cryptocurrency, has been making waves in the cryptocurrency space ever since its launch in September 2017 at Burj Al Arab Dubai - UAE in presence of Sheikh Saqer Bin Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

Story: the | goan | 06th December 2017, 07:46 Hrs


The company has, under the leadership of Dr Amit M Lakhanpal, gained a lot of confidence and trust amongst the cryptocurrency investors' community across the globe.
Dr Lakhanpal reiterated the importance of cryptocurrencies in the Digital World and the importance of the blockchain technology of Money Trade Coin as well as the KYC and AML guidelines being followed by Money Trade Coin OÜ (a company registered with Tartu County Court Registration Department in Estonia).
Dr Amit M Lakhanpal announced the launch and inauguration of three new much awaited and anticipated services: (MTCX India), (MTCXO) &
MTCX India (Flintstone Technologies Pvt Ltd) is the group's wallet service for India and will be used to hold two cryptocurrencies initially, viz MTcoin and Bitcoin valued in Indian Rupees. MTCX India will begin its services by December 11, 2017 and by end February 2018 will make provisions for holding Bitcoin cash as well as Bitcoin Gold (the recent hard-forked cryptocurrency from Bitcoin). MTCX India also plans to update their system's interface to accommodate for providing wallet services for Bitcoin Diamond (yet another upcoming hard-fork of Bitcoin) and becoming the first wallet service provider in India to support the new cryptocurrency and likewise for other upcoming versions of Bitcoin. Users can verify and link their Indian Bank accounts with MTCX India, along with successful verification of KYC, in order to be able to transfer funds from their bank accounts to the wallet and then use the funds to buy MTcoin which can later be exchanged for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. MTCX India will be KYC and AML compliant by following required guidelines.
MTCXO (MTCX OASIS - FZCO) is the group's offering for providing cryptocurrency wallet services for MTcoin and Bitcoin across GCC. MTCXO is based out of Dubai - UAE and follow KYC and AML guidelines as per that jurisdiction.
The biggest offering is, which is an Estonia-based cryptocurrency exchange and trading platform under Money Trade Coin Exchange and Trading Platform OÜ (a company registered with Tartu County Court Registration Department in Estonia). will service cryptocurrency users and investors globally and will launch with 5 major cryptocurrencies including MTC & BTC. The company plans to add another 20 cryptocurrencies on to its platform by end of January 2018. promises to have listed a total of 100 cryptocurrencies by end of December 2018 adding yet another feather to its cap. Banking transactions on the platform are likely to begin by end of April 2018 allowing users the flexibility to use their fiat currency to transfer funds for buying and trading.
Money Trade Coin and Dr Amit M Lakhanpal were in the news recently when they acquired 100% stake in Summit Wealth Management, a wealth management and fund management company based out of Zug - Switzerland. Dr Lakhanpal also hinted at an upcoming Cryptocurrency Academy and an E-Commerce Portal along with other cryptocurrency related services.
Recently, Dr Lakhanpal and his team achieved yet another feat by registering two new companies: MTCAB Exchange Ltd and Summit Antigua & Barbuda) Wealth Management Ltd.

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