Edge Integrates Applications for New Methods to Purchase Cryptocurrencies

Crypto wallet partners with MoonPay and LibertyX for increased accessibility 


San Diego, CA –  Edge, the non-custodial exchange and wallet platform, has announced the integration of two new plugins that allow users to seamlessly exchange fiat for cryptocurrency. MoonPay allows users in the EU to purchase cryptocurrencies with their credit cards or Apple Pay, while LibertyX operates the largest network of local stores in the US for physical purchase of bitcoin.


Paul Puey CEO and Founder of Edge said:

Edge is focused on enhancing user experience and ultimately making cryptocurrency more accessible. MoonPay and LibertyX present innovative and easy ways for users to purchase cryptocurrencies, boosting convenience for users who may be new to the space.”


LibertyX is the largest network of bitcoin ATMs, cashiers, and kiosks available at local merchants in the United States. Users can trade dollars for bitcoin at any partner vendor location. MoonPay is available in Europe and the U.K., and its service allows Edge users to directly purchase crypto within the wallet with their preferred payment methods. With this integration, Edge and Moonpay provide the first-ever support for buying crypto with Apple Pay, bringing a high-level ease of use to crypto purchases.



Ivan Wright Co-Founder and CEO of MoonPay said:

At MoonPay, we believe that a mobile-first and user-friendly experience is critical to make crypto accessible to everyone. We are excited to partner with Edge, one of the world’s leading non-custodial wallets, to empower their users to top-up their wallets instantly.”


About Edge:

Edge is a leading non-custodial exchange and wallet platform that provides autonomy and security for cryptocurrency users, avoiding many of the privacy and security risks of centralized exchanges. Edge supports Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Dash, XRP, EOS, Monero, and other top cryptocurrencies. For more information, visit edge.app.


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