After introducing many different Altcoins into our structure, SpectroCoin, a bitcoin wallet, exchange, card, and merchant service provider, wants to look back at the first Altcoin we introduced – DASH.
Purchasing bitcoins on SpectroCoin has just become even more convenient, flexible, and faster. SpectroCoin, the Bitcoin exchange, Bitcoin wallet, Bitcoin debit card, and merchant service provider, has introduced Neteller as a new payment alternative in addition to its wide selection of over 20 types of money deposit and withdrawal options.
The increasing number of bitcoin transactions has caused processing delays for some transactions due to bitcoin’s scalability issue. Despite what many people believe, Bitcoin payments are not free and instant (unless both the sender and the recipient are using SpectroCoin) as there is a transaction fee to be paid to miners to process a transaction. Obviously, if there are transactions with higher fees that can be fit in a limited size transaction block, the transactions with lower fees will be postponed by the miners. As a result, such services as Bitcoin transaction accelerator has appeared. It is advised to pay a higher fee, to prevent a transaction from being on hold. To avoid inconvenience caused by unincluded transactions sent from your SpectroCoin wallet, we have created an option that allows you to set custom bitcoin transaction fees.
SpectroCoin, the Bitcoin exchange, wallet and merchant service provider, has introduced Skrill as a new payment alternative, which allows users to deposit money for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency purchases, as well as, offers pay-out option back to Skrill account.
SpectroCoin, all in one solution for Bitcoin, has recognized that many of its users are looking for a fast and easy way to deposit money for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency purchases and therefore has decided to add Skrill to its wide selection of over 20 different payment options. SpectroCoin also offers a possibility to sell bitcoin for Skrill, thus it is important for us to show you how you can withdraw bitcoins back to Skrill account.