Using any Amazon Alexa-enabled products is it easy to use CurrencyFair to get an exchange rate, check your currency balance or to perform an exchange.
What are the new things I can try with the CurrencyFair skill on Alexa? • Find out an exchange rate for our supported currencies below. • Check the balance in your CurrencyFair wallet in different currencies. • Set up an exchange: like on your app or the currencyfair.com website, you can set up an exchange with your voice and your personal pin.
To get started, enable the skill and link it to your CurrencyFair account. For added security, you will need to create a 4-digit pin during setup that Alexa will ask for when checking balances or performing exchanges.
Once you’ve enabled the skill, simply say “Alexa, Open CurrencyFair”. When the skill is opened, try out these voice commands:
• Say "How much is 5,000 Australian Dollars in Euro?" to get a live quote (including the transfer fee) from any of our supported currencies. • Say "What is my New Zealand Dollar balance?" to find out a currency balance on our account. • Say "Make an exchange" to begin making an exchange.
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Note: For now, CurrencyFair’s Alexa skill is only supported in Amazon’s Australia and New Zealand region.
Supported currencies: AED - Arab Emirates Dirham AUD - Australian Dollar CAD - Canadian Dollar CHF - Swiss Franc CZK - Czech Republic Koruna DKK - Danish Krone EUR - Euros GBP - British Pounds HKD - Hong Kong Dollar HUF - Hungarian Forint ILS - Israeli New Shekel NOK - Norwegian Krone NZD - New Zealand Dollar PLN - Polish Zloty SEK - Swedish Krona SGD - Singapore Dollar USD - US Dollar ZAR - South African Rand
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