Hello Group Launches Cryptocurrency Suite: Payments, Feeds and Platform

Hello Group supports Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin, ETC, NEM, Dash, Bitshares, Stratis, Monero and Potcoin.

Hello Group, a provider of white label online trading brokerage solutions, has announce the launch of a full product suite revolving around cryptocurrencies.

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This new offering is geared toward forex and binary options brokers as well as finance and cryptocurrency websites. The data feed package includes a total of 11 cryptocurrencies, which are cross-referenced and paired up with each other, as well as with four major fiat currencies: EUR, GBP, USD, and CHF.

At present, Hello Group supports Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Ripple (XRP), Litecoin (LTC), Ethereum Classic (ETC), NEM (XEM), Dash (DASH), Bitshares (BTS), Stratis (STRAT), Monero (XMR), and Potcoin (POT).

Brokers looking to offer these pairs as tradable assets on their platforms can do so regardless of the platform.

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The company says that introducing deposits and withdrawal processing on its platforms through cryptocurrencies has been its goal for some time, and soon it will finally be possible.

Brokers using any of the Hello Group platforms will soon be able to receive payments and issue withdrawals in the form of major cryptocurrencies.

The end user will deposit and withdraw funds through an encrypted and fully SSL-secured payment portal, with the brokers managing deposited funds through their online wallet.


Just added to the growing Hello Group product family, the company’s latest platform will take the form of a forex portal, through which end users will be able to trade on the asset pairs mentioned above.

Set on the backdrop of a user-friendly HTML5  interface, the developers explain that the platform uses node.js technology for faster and smoother server-side data delivery.

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