Coinimal adds OKPAY as new payment option

Brandon Hurst
16 Mar 2016

Austrian Bitcoin broker Coinimal have added global e-wallet service OKPAY to their platform, bringing the total number of supported payment providers to nine.

Crypto broker Coinimal have added to their already widespread appeal and user-friendly approach by including payments via digital wallet and cash transfer service OKPAY. Customers who are buying Bitcoin can send money using OKPAY, which offers easy integration to the fiat banking system through card payments and other facilities.

Expanding choice

‘We’re really pleased to be able to offer our customers yet another choice,’ commented Coinimal co-CEO, Paul Klanschek. ‘This expands our already global appeal. We know that so many people are interested in exploring the possibilities offered by Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, but they often find it hard to make their first purchase – we’ve experienced that ourselves and it’s why we started Coinimal.’

Low-cost e-wallet

OKPAY is not only versatile but low-cost. ‘This is now the cheapest online wallet we offer to buy Bitcoin and Ethereum,’ continues Klanschek. ‘The fees are even lower than for the options we already have, Skrill and Neteller.’ This makes it particularly useful for those who do not have a Euro-area bank account. OKPAY offer a wide range of different local currencies and instant conversion between them, making it a versatile way to manage money.

As well as OKPAY, Coinimal offer SOFORT and SEPA transfers, Neteller, Skrill, GiroPay and online bank transfer (OBT). In addition, customers can use the Cash2Coin option, which enables them to pay in any Euro-area bank – receiving a code that can be redeemed with Coinimal for Bitcoin – and cash out for vouchers that can be spent on Amazon.de.