SpectroCoin helps to spend Bitcoin on Amazon

SpectroCoin helps to spend Bitcoin on Amazon

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....


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