VALR, the quickly developing South African trade, has declared an element permitting moment ZAR withdrawals upon demand, instead of clump installment handling at certain withdrawal windows of the day, as it as of now occurring.

The new component named, Blitz Processing, permits clients to get prompt bank settlements with a straightforward snap of the ‘pull back’ alternative.

Addressing BitcoinKE, Farzam Ehsani, CEO, VALR, stated:

“We are delighted to provide our customers the very fastest way in the market to withdraw their money to their own bank account. Through a combination of our Blitz Processing capability – VALR’s automated straight-through processing feature – as well as our Fast Withdrawal feature – our ability to do real-time clearing payments – VALR customers will see their money in their bank account withing minutes of ‘clicking withdraw.’”

The feature however is limited to South African bank’s ability to process payments, and thus is limited to the hours of 0800HRS – 1800HRS every day, Monday to Saturday, with no availability on Sundays and public holidays. In addition, any amount can be processed up to 15:55HRS but after that time, payments over R250k get pushed to following business day, a constraint imposed by the banks.

Blitz Processing and Instant Withdraws now means VALR is arguably the only exchange in South Africa to offer the fastest withdraw options to client bank accounts.

The real-time payment processing is available on most major banks with only a select newer banks not being able to offer this service. Farzam however is in talks with participating and newer banks to improve on service even further.

With many exchanges seeing tremendous growth in user uptake, VALR has also likewise experienced a huge spike in its user base:

“We have seen increased volumes on VALR since the COVID-19 crisis started. March was our second highest trading month to date – we facilitated R1bn in trading.”

source:
https://bitcoinke.io/2020/04/blitz-processing-with-valr/

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