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Capital.com introduces deposits and withdrawals via PayPal

Capital.com, one of the fastest-growing trading and investment platforms in Europe, announced that it has integrated with PayPal, which means its users will be able to make deposits and withdrawals through it.

It is expected that by integrating with the payment giant PayPal, the platform will further expand its customer base. Trading platform users appreciate quick and easy deposit and withdrawal methods. Currently, the platform offers its users the option of using debit and credit cards and bank transfers and other payment methods such as Sofort, Giropay, iDeal, ApplyPay.

The possibility of deposits and withdrawals in three currencies

Thanks to the integration with PayPal, platform users will be able to make deposits and withdrawals in USD, EUR and GBP, which will give them access to the possibility of trading 3000 derivatives. The company also has an Investmate app that helps users learn finance by using a variety of educational materials.

The platform saw a 400% increase in customers in the first half of 2021 compared to the second half of 2020. In the same period, the trading volume increased by 184%.

Author: Daniel Hill

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