Buy XDAI with New Zealand dollars at the best price and no fees up to $839. Get XDAI directly on any of your wallets. No identification required.
We are an authorized Swiss financial intermediary and our regulation allows for KYC-less money exchange under certain thresholds. As a result, you can buy XDAI by bank transfer with us without having to pass KYC below the limits shown here. You can still choose to identify and lift these limits.
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No, there is no minimum amount required to buy XDAI with Mt Pelerin.
See our pricing page to see the different limits to buy crypto by bank transfer, by card, with or without KYC.
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Mt Pelerin Group SA is a company established in Switzerland since 2018, with offices in Neuchâtel and Geneva. We are an authorized financial intermediary, which means that our processes are regularly audited by an external and independent entity. We are affiliated with SRO-member SO-FIT, an officially recognized self-regulatory organization (SRO) according to the Anti-Money Laundering Act by FINMA, the Swiss financial market supervisory authority.
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