Prypto Group Limted, and Ireland based company has announced that their public offering of 120,000 shares will be listed on digital currency exchange BitcoinBourse.eu. This will be effective until April 15, 2014.
Prypto has chosen BitcoinBourse.eu because of their easy to use platform and focus on P2P services, according to FinExtra.
What is Prypto?
Prypto is a management that worldwide consumers use to connect with Resellers to access their products. The first of their products was Crypto Scratch cards which were done as a way of making digital currencies accessible to people. Prypto’s goal is,
“Creating an easy and familiar environment for everyday consumers to acquire crypto currencies.”
This management has received over 30,000 shares purchased off their website even before making the official listing with BitcoinBourse.eu.
When Prypto was in beta form, over 1,200 Bitcoin, Dogecoin, and Worldcoin crypto scratch cards were ordered by global Resellers, according to FinExtra. In addition, Prypto had gotten more than 300 crypto scratch card sample requests from various people, seeing as how they were sent to over 42 different countries.
Prypto’s merchant service is unique in that there are no fees. Due to this, many merchants have taken a liking to Prypto including the Atomic-Trade crypto currency exchange.
What is BitcoinBourse.eu?
This exchange allows users to perform peer-to-peer trading of digital currencies. The exchange validates its security by having the trade remain in escrow until the transaction is confirmed by both the buyer and the seller. Hence, this avoids any unnecessary risks.
Seeing as how Bitcoin and other digital currencies have opened up various ways to introduce new types of businesses and services into the world shows how far the currency has gone. With this new business, brand new opportunities are given to potential employees and workers, seeing as how in order to run a management one would need workers. In addition, it shows that even though Bitcoin’s price is volatile, people are still trying to find ways to use the digital currency for themselves.
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