E-Coin Debit Card Integrating Bitcoin And Fiat Currency Launches Online Funding Campaign

E-Coin Debit Card Integrating Bitcoin And Fiat Currency Launches Online Funding Campaign

E-Coin, a virtual debit card and multi-signature wallet, has raised $63,136 (USD) in a $384,538 (USD) online funding campaign, marking progress in its mission to fill the gap between bitcoin and fiat currency. The E-coin debit card funded with bitcoin can be accepted where most major credit cards are accepted. The E-Coin funding campaign on www.bnktothefuture.com has already raised 16% of an upwardly-revised goal with 21 days left as of Oct. 14, 2015, reflecting a strong response to E-Coin's efforts to integrate bitcoin with fiat currencies. E-Coin launched in 2014 and has already shipped....


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