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Xcoins Reduces Card Processing Fees

Mon, 09/07/2020 - 14:28
Xcoins Reduces Card Processing Fees
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Xcoins, a leading cryptocurrency exchange platform, founded in 2016. Xcoins offers an array of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC), Ether (ETH), and more. 

Known for the incredible speed at which they can get your coins to your wallet, Xcoins’ user-base continues to grow at a steady pace. Users mention that they choose Xcoins time and time again also because of the outstanding 24/7 customer support and the additional security measures the platform takes to keep user data safe and sound. 

But is there a cost incurred by users for getting your coins so fast? Well, yes, but Xcoins has just shared some exciting news about their fees. For the month of September, they have lowered their card processing fees to keep more Bitcoin in your wallet!

“We want to be able to provide the same great service our customers love while putting more Bitcoin in their pocket. That’s why we decided to reduce our card processing fees - our users are our priority.”

Rob Frye, CEO

Believing in independence from the traditional banking systems, Xcoins is dedicated to finding solutions to putting less money into the pockets of large banks, so you can enjoy more crypto in your wallet. 

Sign up today to take advantage of these reduced fees and get your Bitcoin instantly. 


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