London, January 26, 2016. UK Bitcoin service provider SpectroCoin.com this month launched a new feature on its platform to allow clients to purchase Amazon vouchers with Bitcoin. Vouchers for Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.de, Amazon.it, Amazon.fr and Amazon.es are available.
“After the introduction of Amazon.co.uk vouchers back in November 2015 we have seen a significant interest from our clients in other countries to be able to purchase vouchers from different Amazon shops, therefore, we added up another 5 Amazon stores to serve European and US customers” says SpectroCoin.com co-founder and CEO Vytautas Karalevicius.
Even though it is not the first time Amazon and Bitcoins are linked together, SpectroCoin.com provided solution provides the highest reach in shops available as well as highest liquidity. Vouchers can be bought immediately with any value from 5 USD to 5000 USD or EUR or GBP depending on the store. It is achieved due to direct integration with Amazon, so a customer does not have to wait to find a counterparty to sell him vouchers.
This service was introduced in addition to debit cards offered by SpectroCoin.com after seeing, that significant part of online purchases with SpectroCoin.com issued cards have been done at Amazon websites. Therefore, the client can save card issuing and other fees by buying Amazon voucher directly.
SpectroCoin.com is a European Bitcoin service provider with a focus on highly fractioned markets and provides one of the widest selections of options to buy and sell Bitcoins including debit cards, bank wires, mobile vouchers and physical places accepting SpectroCoin.com wallet. In addition, SpectroCoin.com provides Bitcoin merchant solution to help businesses to accept Bitcoin payments.
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Representative NameVytautas Karalevicius