Crumbs, a cryptocurrency trading app announced it’s official launch.
Crumbs allow users to roundup spare change from debit and credit card purchases into baskets of cryptocurrencies, in addition to the instant trading of over a dozen cryptocurrencies. Crumbs is a product of Metallicus, Inc after having been acquired earlier this year. Crumbs plans to have a full integration with its parent company’s peer to peer payments app, Metal Pay, which will allow users to instantly transfer cryptocurrency and USD balances from one app to the other.
Despite market conditions, Crumbs plans to offer a secure and friendly environment for newcomers to learn about and purchase cryptocurrencies. Crumbs embraces compliance and the internal compliance and legal teams are working closely with regulators to ensure it is operating within the boundaries of regulation. For its initial launch, Crumbs will be available to US residents in 34 states, excluding AL, CT, GA, HI, ID, IL, KS, NC, NM, OR, PA, NY, TX, VA, WA.
Crumbs was founded by Patrick Mrozowski, a 22-year-old entrepreneur who has been involved in cryptocurrency since 2014 and Carson Holoien, a UCSB computer science graduate and back-end engineer. Earlier in the year, June 2018, Crumbs was acquired by Metallicus Inc, in plans to expand the company’s product offerings. Both founders have since joined the Metal team as they continue the progress on Crumbs.
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