Voting Begins For The Next Crypto on LocalCryptos

LocalCryptos is bringing P2P to a third crypto. As promised, users now have a chance to vote on which crypto gets to join the LocalCryptos peer-to-peer marketplace.

LocalCryptos launched in late 2019 after rebranding from LocalEthereum. It’s a peer-to-peer marketplace with a difference: using end-to-end encryption and non-custodial escrow, LocalCryptos puts your privacy and security above anything else.

Since adding Bitcoin P2P trading in November 2019, LocalCryptos has become the go-to platform for non-custodial BTC–fiat exchanges. In only a few months, Bitcoin trading volume on LocalCryptos has nearly met ETH volume.

After LocalCryptos’ launch, more than 10,000 new users have joined the platform and posted thousands of BTC offers — in nearly every country. So far, users have created 9,500 trades from local currency to Bitcoin at a rate that’s doubling every few weeks.

Now that the Bitcoin marketplace has been bootstrapped successfully, LocalCryptos is ready to implement the next crypto.

The next step: Dash, EOS or Litecoin?

We revealed the short list of cryptos earlier: Dash, Litecoin, EOS. These are the three cryptos up for vote today.

The community poll begins today and runs for ten days, ending Feb 20th at midnight UTC.

We want to see which crypto community is most excited about peer-to-peer trading, so we’ve opened the vote up to guests. You don’t need a LocalCryptos account to participate — only a valid email address.

Vote for one of these cryptos:

  • Dash – a peer-to-peer digital currency for instant, private and secure payments.
  • EOSIO (EOS) – a distributed operating system for high-velocity dApps.
  • Litecoin (LTC) – an early spinoff of Bitcoin with slight differences. It was the first crypto to adopt SegWit.

Check out this page to participate in the vote and view the results in real-time.

Vote now!

LocalCryptos is a peer-to-peer crypto marketplace with more than 100,000 users worldwide with traders in 100+ countries (Venezuela being #1). It’s the most popular non-custodial fiat on/off-ramp.