The South African currency is slowly starting to see some popularity among cryptocurrency enthusiasts in the country.
It’s starting to make a comeback after it was severely devalued following the 2016 elections.
However, there are still many who still prefer to keep their cash in the bank.
In a move that is gaining popularity in South African markets, South African exchange operator CoinJar has launched a service to buy and sell cryptocurrencies, starting today.
According to CoinJar, the service will offer users a simple interface to buy or sell cryptocurrencies.
In addition, it will provide users with easy access to cryptocurrency exchanges, which will allow them to buy, sell and store cryptocurrencies.
CoinJar also offers a marketplace for those looking to invest in cryptocurrencies.
It provides users with a platform where they can buy, exchange and trade cryptocurrency.
In South Africa, bitcoin is widely used and it has the most market capitalisation in the world.
However in the past, bitcoin’s value has fluctuated wildly.
It was valued at around $2,200 at the end of September last year, but it dropped to around $600.
Coinjar said that the price of bitcoin had dropped to a more sustainable level in 2017.
The exchange will continue to maintain a healthy exchange rate and is planning to continue with its policy of allowing customers to purchase bitcoin and sell it at a discount.
According, the exchange said that it was also interested in supporting more South African cryptocurrencies, such as Ethereum and Litecoin.