The end of 2020 has taken the cryptocurrency community back to the happy days of 2017 when Bitcoin was booming and reaching previously unexplored heights. Today, the currency has hit the 20,000 US dollar mark – its highest price of all time so far.
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.
SpectroCoin is always on the lookout for new coins with great potential to excel in the market. After analysing trending topics in the crypto-communities and market cap rankings, we noticed a large influx of stablecoins users, which influenced the decision of adding a new currency to our system. In mid-February, 2019, tether coin (USDT) will be introduced into SpectroCoin’s platform. We believe that by adding USDT we will diversify our crypto portfolio and bring another practical payment option to our customers.
SpectroCoin, an all in one solution for cryptocurrencies, is happy to announce that it now offers the possibility to withdraw Banker (BNK) tokens as well as deposit them back to SpectroCoin wallets. In this blog post, we will guide you through the process of sending and receiving BNKs between your external wallet and SpectroCoin account.
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.