eCoin.eu Trading Platform Integrates Social Media and Fiat Withdrawal!
eCoin is a trading platform that trades Bitcoin and Litecoin against USD exclusively. In an attempt to provide easier
to the platform, eCoin has recently implemented social media integration into their website. On top of this, eCoin now allows users to withdraw directly to their debit cards, increasing the level of convenience.
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eCoin specifically introduced Facebook registration, one of the biggest social media networks. eCoin says the move towards social media integration was a natural step due to the fact more people are joining social media sites, and it provides a convenient way for new traders to join the platform.
“With more and more users worldwide relaying on social media it was a natural step for eCoin.eu to allow users to register and access their account through Facebook. For maximum security eCoin recommends that customers use the dual authentication feature provided.”
eCoin also will incentivize traders to like their Facebook page by waiving trading fees. This is a win-win situation as traders have fewer things cutting into profits, and eCoin enjoys increased social media exposure, which can potentially lead to increased traffic to their website.
Withdrawals to debit cards have been introduced as stated above, has also been introduced. Users can now withdraw to an XML Gold Prepaid MasterCard in USD, EUR of GBP. eCoin only charges a 2% fee for this, and if you do not have a card, users can purchase them for 15 EUR with shipping included in the price.
eCoin.eu is a transparent trading service provider managed by Wallet Capital Group Inc. The company is registered in Panama under Offshore Financial Operational Notice. eCoin.eu provides digital and crypto-currency trading between its users and members and holds their funds in the secured accounts and provides fast and reliable service.
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