Editorial Team

Unocoin, India’s first entrant into the crypto space, today announced the launch of a new brand identity that underscores its commitment to the Indian crypto market. The apps were always available in English and Hindi. The latest development ushers a refreshed approach to the scope of cryptocurrency in tier two and tier three regions and is now available in four new additional languages, including Kannada, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam. With the refreshed makeover of the website, a more appealing brand logo and the new tagline- Unocoin ‘Crypto Ka Super App’, the users will experience an engaging digitized outlook and many new features.

Unocoin provides security, usability & functionality, which are the most critical factors of a crypto app. Now with this leap, even new entrants will also be able to experience a plethora of features ranging from more than fifty-five different kinds of crypto coins, deposit via Mobikwik UPI wallet in the Indian currency for a faster top-up to buy and sell Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies on the platform and much more.

Commenting on the new development, Mr Sathvik Vishwanath, CEO & Co-Founder, said, “We started eight years ago with an intent to revolutionize crypto trading in India by making the entire experience more user-centric. We are glad that with this newly revealed brand identity, Unocoin will keep up the vision of becoming the first Made in India, Made for Indians and Made by Indians Crypto Trading and Exchange Platform to go vernacular and cater to its regional community members”.

Last year, Unocoin saw a large customer base from the five south Indian states, namely Andhra Pradesh (23,000), Telangana (23,000), Karnataka (30,000), Tamil Nadu (29,000) and Kerala (15,000).

“We processed transactions worth more than ₹2 billion per month for more than nineteen lakh customers and now aim to acquire a majority share of users across the nation. We want to extend heartfelt gratitude to the existing users and stakeholders for their unwavering support over the years”, he adds.

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