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  • UQUID, a complete solution for earning, saving, and spending 90 different cryptocurrencies, is entering the final week of its hugely successful ICO. To date, the ICO has managed to raise over $11.3 million. Press releases

    UQUID ICO Launches October 2 – Early Birds Save 20%

    UQUID, the all-in-one solution for earning, saving, and spending cryptocurrencies, is giving crypto enthusiasts something to look forward to on Monday with the launch of their highly anticipated ICO. [Note: This is a press release.] What is UQUID? UQUID is a revolutionary all-in-one solution that gives users the ability to easily earn, save, and spend Bitcoin, Ethereum, and 88 other cryptocurrencies. Launched in May 2016, it allows users to do everything from paying bills to

    · October 2, 2017 · 7:00 am
  • uquid Altcoin News, Altcoins, Press releases

    UQUID: Load a VISA Card With Over 40 Altcoins

    DISCLAIMER: THIS IS A PRESS RELEASE. BITCOINIST IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS FIRM’S PRODUCTS AND/OR SERVICES. Altcoin fans can now use their favorite cryptocurrencies to load a virtual VISA card, thanks to UQUID. In a world’s first, users can spend over 40 different cryptocurrencies on mobile top ups, bill payments, pharmacy and food vouchers, transportation tickets, wi-fi recharges, and PIN-less calls. Private and Versatile https://uquid.com/uquid-card UQUID’s VISA debit card is also the first in the

    · November 21, 2016 · 10:13 am
  • Bitcoin, Bitcoin Businesses, Companies, News, News teaser

    Netagio Contiunes To Improve Its Banking Relations

    Editor’s Note, 1-21-2015: This article has been modified to fix a reporting inaccuracy. Previously, we stated that Netagio temporarily shut down due to Capital International Group ceasing banking relations with all Bitcoin businesses in the UK. We corrected the article, which now states that Netagio secured a new banking relationship 10 days after a two week notice was issued by CIG. Lastly, we updated the article to say that Netagio audited themselves; previously, we stated

    · January 21, 2015 · 3:00 pm