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247exchange is working on a new website which they plan to debut in the fall

Belize based 247exchange announced that they are working on a whole new website which will include visual changes and also new functionality to make the user experience better in hopes to make buying bitcoin as seamless as possible.

The update which they plan to release in the fall of this year will include a new enhanced web interface that will simplify the whole process of purchasing bitcoin and make it more clear and extremely fast. The brand new design which will be responsive and adapted to all screen sizes and different devices, and they also plan to add a more transparent exchange rates structure and better rates in general.

At this time customers based in the United States are blocked from the exchange citing FinCEN regulations. The exchange says that they are working on this and hope to become available in the United States sometime between 2016-2017 (at least for the most significant states).

Recently the exchange added Canadian dollars and Australian dollars as accepted currencies for buying bitcoins with credit cards. 247exchange was also named as one of the top three bitcoin exchanges on the market through community ratings and reviews earlier this year.

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