Dubai-based iTeller lists its token on Singapore’s trading exchange LBank

By Arya M Nair, Official Reporter
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iTeller, a company established by entrepreneurs and financial experts to transform the economic landscape in Dubai, has listed its token ITLR on LBank exchange, a digital asset exchange platform, based in Singapore.

This listing will provide greater accessibility and liquidity for the project, as traders can now buy and sell ITLR tokens on the platform using a variety of trading pairs, including Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), and Tether (USDT).

Mr. Mohammad Taher Khayami , COO of iTeller said that “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to expand our reach in the crypto market through listing on Lbank. We encourage everyone to try out the platform and experience the fast and secure trading services that LBank has to offer.”

Since its launch, iTeller has become a popular choice for individuals and businesses looking for a reliable and user-friendly payment solution. With the addition of the Lbank listing, the platform is aiming to make cryptocurrency easily accessible to the masses by providing users with myriad options to easily remit money to people living in another country without paying exorbitant fees.

With over 100 locations, iTeller ATMs will be available soon in Australia, London, and Dubai allowing fast and secure transactions with a variety of cryptocurrency choices.

“Having ITLR token listed in our platform further empowers our users to explore more innovative cryptocurrency options. This cooperation is with no doubt of xmutual benefits,” said an LBank representative.

The exchange offers a secure and user-friendly platform for traders of all levels. It supports multiple languages and provides a range of trading tools and resources to help users make informed decisions. LBank also has a strong focus on community engagement, regularly hosting online events and activities for its users.

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