CIRCLE BOSTON BITCOIN
Published on : 2017-04-14 04:19:34
And there are hundreds of stores that accept cryptocurrencies. They fed the news that China is considering prohibiting cryptocurrency exchanges in that country. CopPay charges a commission for facilitating the trade which it adds to the rate of exchange it charges the buyer. The capability to accept CC attracts buyers with CC. The store can convert the CC to cash with no commission.
From October 16, 2017, for a month, CopPay is selling Cops. Many of the extra services the company will offer via its terminals have to be paid in Cops. Now CCs were not anymore just a speculative investment but also a transaction vehicle. The increase in value of cryptocurrencies, especially the bitcoin, made stores interested in owning bitcoins too and they started accepting cryptocurrencies. Moving money from one country to another might be prohibited.
That is all good and fine but why CopPay is a good deal. I honestly suggest that you learn this new world. com There are hundreds of CC exchanges where you can buy and sell CC.Litecoin.
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