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This is how you can get started with cryptocurrency in Toronto

The concept of digital currency might be daunting, but a Toronto-based crypto company is creating a new app to empower people to easily manage their digital currency portfolio.

Since 2014, Coinsquare has been Canada's home platform for buying and trading digital assets, such as Bitcoin and Ethereum. 

The company is rebranding in 2022 by merging the old Coinsquare and newer technology of their QuickTrade app into one platform where people can make investments fast and efficiently.

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The app will have an entirely new layout, including better features that will allow users to withdraw e-transfers free of charge and get access to more than 820 trading pairs. 

If you're dipping your toes into the crypto world for the first time, you can rely on the live chat support available 24/7 on the app, any questions you have will be answered by professionals. 

When you start your digital currency journey with Coinsquare, rest assured that your assets are stored with regulated third-party custodians and are not used to settle trades with external partners. 

With 40 digital currencies to choose from and the ability to trade directly between any two with a low minimum order size, Coinsquare gives you the ability to manage your portfolio at any scale.

If you're an everyday person looking to explore cryptocurrencies, check out Coinsquare's website to learn more about their newest trading platform. 

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