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.
SpectroCoin is happy to present the new 1.7.1 version of its cryptocurrency Android app. Our goal has always been to offer globally accessible wide spectrum of services to facilitate using cryptocurrencies in your daily life. As the world is becoming more mobile-focused, we are continually working on improving our mobile solution as well. In this version, we have introduced fresh new features to bring the app up to date with our ever-growing service platform.
On recent years, Lithuania has made significant advance in FinTech regulation at both its national and local levels. Its strong commitment to the sector has been presented through the creation of a regulatory environment with exceptional conditions for FinTech companies.
The year of 2018 marked the centenary of the restoration of the Lithuanian statehood, which was celebrated across the country and its institutions. One of the commemorations took a step further: the Lithuanian Central Bank (LB) organized a hackathon to create a digital collector coin to mark the date.
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 pleased to announce an increase in Skrill payment limits for SpectroCoin customers. These new limits will make it even more convenient for you to deposit money so you can purchase bitcoin and other crypto and fiat currencies, as well as withdraw funds back to a Skrill account.