We are delighted to announce that on the 2nd of July of 2018, SpectroCoin became a full member of Infobalt. The Infobalt Association is recognized as the biggest and the main contact point between Lithuanian business associations and government organizations dealing with Blockchain initiatives. At the moment, the Infobalt Association unites more than 160 members from the Information and Communication (ICT) industry.
Great news everyone – SpectroCoin virtual prepaid cards are back! Now you can convert your cryptocurrencies into Euros and spend them in any online shop where major debit cards are accepted. The best part is – you can grab yours TODAY!
SpectroCoin and Vilnius University Kaunas Faculty are happy to announce a cross-sector partnership centered around a new Master’s Degree Program in Financial Technology (FinTech) which is being launched this year.
Since 2017 when SpectroCoin began supporting the Ethereum cryptocurrency, our clients have been able to buy and sell or send and receive Ethereum’s native currency called Ether (ETH), using our platform. Now, we are happy to announce that SpectroCoin has started supporting deposits made from Ethereum smart contract addresses. Thus, users can now send ETH to their SpectroCoin accounts from wallets and exchanges that support smart contract transactions.
We are more than happy to see a growing customer base. However, the increasing amount of verification requests makes this growth a double-edged sword. Every week we have around 25,000 – 35,000 newcomers, which shows steady traction and interest in our project, yet creates a high volume of verification requests and leads to longer queues as well as frustration among some of our clients. In this blog post, we will tell you more about the verification process at SpectroCoin and its requirements.