New York City-based Primerica Financial Services (PFS) has announced a new trading platform for bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin and Ripple.
The PFS website describes the platform as an exchange for traders and users who are looking for ways to trade Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum Classic and Ripple, as well as to buy and sell Ether, Litecoins, and other cryptocurrencies.
The platform allows traders and customers to trade cryptocurrencies in real-time.
The platform will be available for beta testing soon.
Primerica is the fourth bitcoin exchange to launch in the United States, after Kraken, Binance and Coinbase.
Primarica is also the third bitcoin exchange based in Japan, following Coinone and BTC.in.
Primera has said it aims to launch a service to allow its customers to “translate” cryptocurrencies into local currency at any point of the day.
The exchange has also announced that it plans to launch its own trading platform.
PrimaCoin is the first cryptocurrency exchange to make cryptocurrency trades in real time, allowing customers to buy, sell, and trade cryptocurrencies at any time.
The company says that it will be a service that will “be more robust, more secure and more secure.”
Primera CEO Jonathan Kostin said in a statement that the company aims to “bring bitcoin to everyone.”
Primericas announcement follows the announcement of a bitcoin exchange in Tokyo, as the Japanese government announced plans to issue cryptocurrency futures and options.
The news comes as Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who has said he wants to “liberate” the cryptocurrency market, has announced that he will make cryptocurrency legal tender, in line with the countrys previous government regulations.
Prime Minister Abe has previously said he believes cryptocurrencies are “the best way to create wealth and wealth opportunities for the Japanese people.”