SpectroCoin, the leading Bitcoin solutions provider in the European market, is expanding its service offerings by adding more cryptocurrencies. For the convenience of cryptocurrency users, the company has included support for Dash.
Dash is among the top ten digital currencies in terms of market capitalisation. With more than 6.75 million Dash tokens in circulation, the total market capitalization stands at around $78.76 million — making it the seventh largest cryptocurrency.
With the inclusion of Dash, SpectroCoin now offers Dash wallet, exchange, debit cards and even Dash to Fiat merchant payment gateways. Even though there are other cryptocurrencies with much larger market capitalization, Dash integration was a logical choice made by SpectroCoin based on its transaction volumes associated with actual payments.
Dash support has been extended to SpectroCoin debit cards as well. These debit cards are powerful tools on the platform that allows people to buy cryptocurrency through PayPal. In order to do so, the user has to make use of the recently introduced “Card Unload” functionality. The Card Unload feature lets users transfer the funds associated with the card to their SpectroCoin account and in turn use it to buy Bitcoin.
SpectroCoin debit card holders can also link their debit card to add funds from their PayPal account. Once the funds are added, they can use the aforementioned Card Unload feature to transfer funds into their account, and purchase Bitcoin and Dash. This way, customers will be able to indirectly use PayPal to buy cryptocurrencies on the SpectroCoin platform.
In addition to lots of new features, SpectroCoin has also undergone a new look. The three-year-old platform now has a neater, and more user-friendly design. These design changes were made keeping the new features in mind. Right now, the platform offers a range of payment options to buy cryptocurrencies. These options include MasterCard, Visa, iDeal, GiroPay, Bancontact Mister Cash, Sofort banking, Perfect Money, Swift wire transfer, Payeer, and OKPay.
The platform also supports 10 different currencies including USD, EUR, GBP, CNY, CHF, AUD, CAD, CZK, TRY and HRK with plans to include more as it expands to other countries. SpectroCoin has set its eyes on becoming a global all in one solution for all major cryptocurrencies and it will be doing just that in the coming days.
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