Nigerians Living in South Africa Can Now Verify Their Remitano Accounts Using Their Nigerian Documents

Nigerians Living in South Africa Can Now Verify Their Remitano Accounts Using Their Nigerian Documents

Amazingly, Nigerians living in South Africa are now able to verify their Remitano accounts using their Nigerian official documents. This comes as good news to many who previously had difficulties to have their accounts verified. Behold, the Remitano ecosystem is a community built on trust. This explains why every Remitano user must complete their KYC to gain full access to the entire features of Remitano.

It was noticed that many Nigerian users who had migrated to South Africa were finding it difficult to verify their accounts due to the lack of proper South African official documents. As a result of Remitano’s pledge on continuous improvement, Nigerian traders living in South Africa are allowed to verify their Remitano Accounts using their Nigerian official identification documents.

As of the time of writing, Nigerians based in South Africa can use their Nigerian government-issued National Identity card, international passport, driver’s license, or voter’s card to verify their Remitano account despite the fact that they no longer live in Nigeria. Note that this is part of Remitano’s effort in a bid to enhance borderless access to financial and cryptocurrency services. Remitano strives on making cryptocurrency trading easy for its users regardless of nationality and location.

About Remitano

Remitano was launched in 2014 as a global cryptocurrency exchange aimed at servicing international markets such as China, Malaysia, Nigeria, Vietnam, Australia, Indonesia and Cambodia. Remitano is a product of Babylons Solutions Limited based in Seychelles. Remitano has as objective to offer a robust, quality trading experience to all its users as a fast-moving marketplace. With the necessary safety standards in place, buyers and sellers can come together, store, trade, and withdraw assets at will. With Remitano, issues common to other crypto exchanges are avoided.

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