Neteller now allows its users to buy and sell a number of popular crypto currencies, including Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin and Ethereum Classic. This shouldn't come as too big a surprise as Neteller is owned by Paysafe Group who also own Skrill. Last year Skrill enabled the purchase of the same cryptocurrencies via their fiat currency wallet. The fact that Paysafe Group have now added a cryptocurrency exchange to Neteller shows that the Skrill launch was a success. Anybody who already has a Skrill or Neteller account can now instantly buy and sell crypto's without going through any additional KYC or AML. There is also no need to install a separate cryptocurrency wallet since everything is managed from inside your Neteller account. The Neteller wallet supports almost 30 different fiat currencies, including the dollars, euro, yen and pound. The service will be limited to about a dozen countries to begin with but they plan to roll it out across the world pretty soon. With Skrill, Neteller and CashApp now allowing you to buy and sell cryptocurrencies, how long before PayPal will add their own exchange?