Cash out jZAR 1 for 1 at the live market rate and no commission. Cash out your South African rand stablecoins in ZAR at the best price and no fees up to $670. Sell from any wallet and withdraw funds on your bank account. No identification required.
Connect your wallet, choose the destination bank account and confirm the sale. We'll convert your South African rand stablecoins in ZAR right away, then transfer the funds to your designated bank account in South Africa.
Yes, there is a minimum cash out value of CHF50 (or equivalent) to withdraw jZAR in ZAR by bank transfer.
See our pricing page to see the different limits to sell jZAR by bank transfer, with or without KYC.
Don't have a crypto wallet yet? Download Bridge Wallet, the mobile app that we've made to help you easily invest and manage your cryptoassets from your phone with total control on your funds.See features
You want to understand what blockchain and cryptocurrencies are all about, but don't know where to start? You've come to the right place! Read our step-by-step guides that will walk you through everything you need to know:Get started
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 zarited by an external and independent entity. We are affiliated with SRO-member VQF, an officially recognized self-regulatory organization (SRO) according to the Anti-Money Laundering Act by FINMA, the Swiss financial market supervisory authority.
The most common questions that our clients ask us are all answered there. Have a look!
We answer all your questions, and we answer them fast! Get in touch by email or through Bridge Wallet's contact form.
We accept clients from all countries, except US persons and residents of:
Afghanistan, Belarus, Burundi, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Libya, Mainland China (Hong Kong and Taiwan accepted), Mali, Myanmar, Nicaragua, North Korea, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, Syria, Venezuela, Yemen, Zimbabwe.