March 24, 2016 — KeepKey, the leading bitcoin hardware wallet on the market today, is being offered at a lower price. The device now has greater accessibility to digital currency users worldwide.
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KeepKey Lowers Prices to $99 USD
The hardware wallet will now retail for $99, down from its previous price of $239.00 USD.
“The only complaint we have ever received about KeepKey was it’s price,” said Darin Stanchfield, the company’s founder.
“Our core values for KeepKey are not only exceptional design and ease of use,” Stanchfield explained, “but also a product that is widely attainable.”
Doug Miller, director of business development, said that his company has achieved worldwide success with a product launch that exceeded company goals in every aspect.
“We recognized the opportunity to offer the most secure, user-friendly bitcoin wallet at a more competitive price-point,” said Miller. “Our end goal is to put the device in the hands of as many users as possible.”
The company is also going a step further, offering a rebate on the difference in price for anyone who bought the device at the previously listed price within the last 30 days.
Adjustments and updates regarding the company’s Reseller program, which allows retailers and vendors worldwide to wholesale the premium device, will soon follow.
The company’s Affiliate program remains unchanged: you can still earn 10% by referring customers. Join the program by going to keepkey.hasoffers.com.
For more information visit the company’s official website or contact them directly at (1) 855-463-8550 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
KeepKey is a next level, premium hardware wallet for bitcoin and alternative cryptocurrencies. It protects your digital currency from hackers and thieves, offering cutting-edge security in a beautiful package. The Washington-based company has affiliates in the U.S. and worldwide, in Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.
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