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Crypto exchange CoinCash acquires rival MrCoin

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CoinCash is set to take over the MrCoin brand and carry on the services of MrCoin.eu, according to Attila Mogyorósi, co-founder and managing director of Coin Cash, writes business daily Világgazdaság.

He recalled that CoinCash was launched in 2017, adding that such an expansion of its portfolio was a massive milestone to celebrate its fourth anniversary.

MrCoin was Hungary's first cryptocurrency exchange, operating under the direction of Barnabás Debreczeni, considered one of the Hungarian evangelists of decentralized digital money.

CoinCash is a fintech startup dealing with cryptocurrencies, founded by Attila Mogyorósi in 2017 with Gábor Galántai.

Today, the enterprise has become one of the bastions of the Hungarian crypto community. In addition to an online exchange, it also has the most significant bitcoin ATM network in the country.

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