Ever since the crypto industry went big again, a lot of different projects have attracted the attention of investors, traders, and even developers. Solana (SOL/USD) is one of the most sought-after projects, whether from the development or investing point of view. It has partnered with numerous other projects and firms, it attracted support from major names in the crypto industry, and now, it just got supported by two of the largest digital wallet providers — Skrill and Neteller.
Skrill and Neteller service millions of customers, and all of these users will now be able to buy and sell Solana’s native token, SOL, directly from their wallets. The move came as a bit of a surprise, although it is quite understandable, given the rapid rise of the project’s blockchain, as well as price.
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The two wallet providers revealed that they will also offer direct fiat purchases of SOL, thanks to the crypto integration services provided by Paysafe — the company that operates both Skrill and Neteller.
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The statement also says that Solana is a major player in DeFi and NFT sectors, as well, which is why it is considered a great addition to the wallets. Users will now be able to manage their SOL tokens in-app, alongside the likes of Bitcoin (BTC/USD), Uniswap (UNI/USD), Ethereum (ETH/USD), Chainlink (LINK/USD), and others.
App users will also be able to set up price alerts and get notified if major price movements get detected, and even set up automatic purchases, or simply recurring purchases.
The new offering is covering most regions of the world, although the US is not included, according to the announcement. Jordan Stoev, the head of crypto at Neteller and Skrill, said that Solana is growing not only in value, but also developer attention, the variety of projects on it, and other aspects while offering high performance and ecosystem support. He believes that many of the wallets’ users will be excited about the opportunity to use SOL so easily and seamlessly.
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