Zim, the South African cryptocurrency company, has opened up a digital currency trading platform.

The company, which was founded in 2014 by the same team behind Bitcoin Cash, the first bitcoin cash digital currency, will launch its platform on Thursday, June 27.

The platform will be available to anyone, regardless of whether they hold bitcoin or not, and will be compatible with all Zim coins, including the popular Zimcoin, Zimcoins and ZimGold currencies.

Zim is aiming to offer its platform as a way to trade cryptocurrencies and other digital assets in South Africa.

According to a statement released on the Zim website, Zimbos users can trade Zimbobs with one another and will receive Zimbob rewards, including interest, on trades.

Zimboses market value is pegged at US$0.000001.

Zim is launching the Zimbacoin exchange, which will allow users to exchange Zimboins for any other cryptocurrency, such as bitcoin, bitcoin cash or zcash.

The exchange will be operated by Zimbocoin, which is a South African company that specializes in virtual currencies.

Users will be able to buy or sell Zimboes, which are essentially digital currencies, by depositing them into their account.

Bitcoin, the most widely used cryptocurrency, is valued at around US$1,200 per coin, while zcash, a new altcoin that has attracted a lot of attention, is currently valued at US $0.003.