Introducing LFT (LiteFinTech) and Future Debut in Scandinavia

LFT (LiteFinTech), is an innovative financial web service which for the past few years has been providing businesses and individuals with an exciting experience when trading in modern cryptocurrencies and digital tokens.

Belfast, United Kingdom - December 6, 2018 /NewsNetwork/ —

LFT (LiteFinTech), is an innovative financial web service which for the past few years has been providing businesses and individuals with an exciting experience when trading in modern cryptocurrencies and digital tokens. LiteFinTech was designed to empower fast-trade execution, stable wallets and impress with latest security practices in the industry.

“The reason we built LiteFinTech is because we strive for open, transparent markets and it is our purpose to be a major driving force in widespread adoption. Our goal as a company is to offer better opportunities to 100,000 people through providing them with most effective tools and education,” says the development team of LiteFinTech.

On LiteFinTech, registered users are given the opportunity to enter the global financial markets by investing in cryptocurrencies. On LiteFinTech users can open a free account, get free wallet, and buy or deposit cryptocurrencies.

LiteFinTech takes pride in its speed of services, such as exchanging, sending/receiving cryptocurrencies and the fact that they offer low exchanges rates, as compared to other players on the market. In addition, the platform offers multi-lingual customer support and the website is translated into 7 languages. To help traders make accurate and well-calculated decisions, with LiteFinTech users can continuously scan markets and recognize trade setups.

LiteFinTech is also using the award-wining MT5 (MetaTrader5). The platform, providing a thriving environment for cryptocurrency traders can be easily downloaded and used to execute trades either manually or automatically. More information on the LFT MT5 platform can be found here: https://www.litefintech.io/en-US/mt5/

After years of expanding, the next step for LFT is conquering the Scandinavian markets. A new investment plan for Scandinavians have been launched, including a service without commission and free education to the clients. The specialized service is built accord to the current economy state of Scandinavian, considering interest rates, tax, etc.

Those who are interested are encouraged to visit the official website and follow the upcoming announcements: https://www.litefintech.io

Contact Info:
Name: LiteFinTech
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Organization: LiteFinTech
Address: 43 Franklin St., Belfast, Belfast BT2, United Kingdom
Website: https://www.litefintech.io/

Source: NewsNetwork

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