BitShopper.co.uk Teases Bitcoin/Litecoin Marketplace

BitShopper.co.uk Teases Bitcoin/Litecoin Marketplace

With the news that Bitmit is shutting down, we thought you might like to be be aware of another bitcoin marketplace that's in it's infancy. So young, in fact, that is hasn't even launched. It's called BitShopper.co.uk, and a representative of the company teased their upcoming project on social sharing website Reddit Thursday evening: "Merchants will be able to sell their wares for either Bitcoin or Litecoin. Customers will be only be required to register an account with an email," touts the announcement. Perhaps what makes this of interest is the fact that the service will also allow for....


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