BTCC Launches Five Bitcoin Titanium Coin on Fifth Anniversary

BTCC Launches Five Bitcoin Titanium Coin on Fifth Anniversary

Longest-Running Bitcoin Exchange Launches New Commemorative Physical Bitcoin to Celebrate Five Years of Continuous Operation.

BTCC today introduced a new set of physical bitcoins to celebrate its fifth anniversary. The 2016 V Series Five Bitcoin is a 50 mm diameter physical bitcoin, 5 mm thick, struck in pure titanium.

“We made the Five Bitcoin coin to honor the trust and support our customers have shown us over the past five years,” said BTCC’s chief executive officer Bobby Lee.

“We are now the longest-running bitcoin exchange, and our longevity reflects the unwavering confidence people worldwide place in bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.”

BTCC Five Bitcoin coins are housed in elegant solid beech display boxes with crushed velvet linings. Each display box contains a removable coin well that can be hoisted at an angle with the included stainless steel module for presentation.

To commemorate BTCC’s fifth anniversary, each Five Bitcoin coin’s reverse side is meticulously inscribed with the words “FIVE” in 21 major languages. The inscriptions are bound by a solid round line symbolizing the universality of bitcoin.

The lettering is as follows:

• English — FIVE
• Indonesian/Malay/Filipino — LIMA
• Dutch — VIJF
• Greek — ΠΕΝΤΕ
• Arabic — خمسة
• Japanese — 五
• Hebrew — חמש
• Russian — ПЯТЬ
• Spanish/Portuguese — CINCO
• Finnish — VIISI
• Korean — 다섯
• Icelandic — FIMM
• Czech — PĚT
• Norwegian/Swedish — FEM
• Hindi — पाँच
• German — FÜNF
• Chinese — 伍
• French — CINQ
• Thai — ห้า
• Bulgarian — ПЕТА
• Italian — CINQUE

“The BTCC brand is now synonymous with global excellence in the provision of bitcoin services,” said BTCC’s chief operating officer Samson Mow.

“The Five Bitcoin reflects BTCC’s position as the most trustworthy bitcoin company.”

Preorders for the 2016 V Series Five Bitcoin will begin on June 9th, BTCC’s fifth anniversary. Orders start shipping on June 13th.

About BTCC Mint

BTCC Mint is the brand of physical bitcoins made by BTCC, the company behind the longest-running bitcoin exchange — BTCC Spot Exchange. BTCC launched BTCC Mint in 2016 to produce collectible physical representations of bitcoin.

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About BTCC

BTCC was originally founded as BTCChina in 2011. It is the longest-running and one of the largest bitcoin exchanges worldwide. BTCC plays a leading role in every segment of the bitcoin ecosystem, offering a digital currency exchange, a mining pool, payment processing, consumer wallets, and blockchain engraving. The diverse products and services BTCC offers allow its customers to engage in all aspects of the digital currency spectrum in one integrated platform.

Headquartered in Shanghai, BTCC serves a global customer base and has become an industry leader for security, risk mitigation, credibility, and technological innovation. BTCC’s mission is to provide the world with the most convenient and trustworthy digital currency services.

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