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Netagio sees increasing investor appetite for Bitcoin payments

UK-based digital currency broker Netagio is reporting an increase in investor appetite for Bitcoin payments during its first year of trading.

Since launching 12 months ago, Netagio has built a client base of retail customers and institutional investors buying and selling one of the oldest commodities – gold – as well as the newest form of currency – Bitcoin – in exchange for the major currencies, GBP, EUR and USD. 
Netagio has invested heavily in providing resilient and secure storage.  In December 2013, the company launched the first free European digital storage vault and all its gold bars are stored in a maximum-security vault in one of the world's most secure storage facilities in Switzerland.
Simon Hamblin, CEO of Netagio, says: “From day one, our goal has been to offer customers an easy and secure means to buy and sell Bitcoins and gold in exchange for the most traditional currencies. We have been encouraged not only by the uptake by customers and their appetite to explore and offset traditional assets for new currencies, but also the additional benefits of being able to make and receive Bitcoin payments using their Netagio accounts.”

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