At SpectroCoin, we aim to offer our users the most convenient solution for buying and selling their cryptocurrency holdings. SpectroCoin crypto exchange clients can top up their accounts with several deposit alternatives, including bank transfer, SEPA payments, online wallets, such as Skrill and Neteller, as well as credit and debit cards. Today, we will take a closer look at the latter option.
The annual Amazon Prime Day is taking place today and tomorrow. On the 13th-14th of October, Prime members can take advantage of numerous limited-time deals. Thus, we thought that it is a great time to remind SpectroCoin users how they can spend Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies on Amazon.
Today, we are thrilled to announce that SpectroCoin now offers crypto-backed lending services. As we continue to expand on products and services aimed at the crypto community, we are excited to be taking over the Bankera Loans project and fitting it into the SpectroCoin family. Starting now, SpectroCoin clients can leverage their cryptocurrency, without having to sell it, in return for a loan. To help you get acquainted with Crypto Loans, we have prepared a thorough rundown of what cryptocurrency lending is and how our lending solution works.
We are proud to announce that SpectroCoin redesign has finally been completed. Our team has been gradually rolling out our fresh look since last year when we launched the VISA debit card as well as an improved mobile app. Now, we have released the refurbished SpectroCoin website along with new products.
Bitcoin halving, one of the biggest events in the crypto-world, is estimated to take place on May 11th, 2020. It is a rare occurrence, which happens every four years and has the potential to have a lasting effect on the entire crypto community. But what is Bitcoin halving? How does it work? How will it affect Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies? In today’s blog post, we are excited to share some thoughts and clarify any confusion surrounding this event.