What actually is it?
According to the abiding law Kanga Exchange does not store fiat currencies. The fiat money is handled in our exchange with the use of stablecoins, i.e. tokens with an exchange rate close to 1:1 to the relevant currency. An example of a commonly used stablecoin in Kanga is PLN° (called an Omega Zloty*).
*Note! The so-called OmegaCoins (hence: OmegaPLN, OmegaEUR, OmegaUSD) have nothing to do with the Omega project — the similarity of names is coincidental.
How does it work?
We have the approval of KNF!
Which stablecoins are used on Kanga Exchange?
Where can I use stablecoins and in what ways?
- on Kanga Exchange by paying for other cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, alts and personal tokens,
- on Kanga Exchange by participating in the issuance of IEO,
- by paying for products or services with the use of a Pay by Kanga Exchange gateway (link to the product),
- by buying cryptocurrencies in one of the partnering on-line exchange offices,
- for individual transactions by sending a specific amount to a phone number or e-mail address of another Kanga Exchange user
Where can I deposit (buy) omega coins and how can I do it?
- directly on Kanga Exchange by using the payment services, i.e. Dotpay or PayByLink,
- directly on Kanga Exchange by a bank transfer,
- for cash in one of the 100 stationary partnering offices,
- in each partnering on-line exchange office,
- in a cash deposit machine (CDM)
Where can I withdraw (sell) omega coins and how can I do it?
- directly on Kanga Exchange by requesting a withdrawal in the form of a bank transfer,
- in an ATM by requesting an ATM withdrawal on Kanga Exchange,
- in one of the 100 stationary partnering offices in the form of cash withdrawals,
- in each partnering on-line exchange office by requesting a withdrawal in the form of a bank transfer or a BLIK cheque at an ATM