Aave Unveils a Crypto Asset-Based Bank Transfer Option

Aave Unveils a Crypto Asset-Based Bank Transfer Option

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  • The British FinTech –subsidiary of ETHLend– launches a mobile app enabling its users to pay everyday bills in virtual currencies.

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