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UK startup SpectroCoin is rebranding and plans to update wallets to support debit cards

London, UK based bitcoin exchange and wallet startup SpectroCoin has announced that they are re-branding their entire website, with a new logo and design. The re-branding also includes new tools and services.

SpectroCoin which launched three years ago, provides exchange and wallet services, as well as prepaid debit cards which can be used at any ATM or merchants and can be denominated in dollars (USD), euros (EUR) or pounds (GBP), and merchant services which includes API, plugins, and libraries.

Times have changed, and for SpectroCoin, it’s time for a new look. Their new website design which is pictured above, plans on being sleek and minimalistic drawing the attention of the user to their core services. As part of the new design changes, comes a new logo.

spectrocoin-new-logoThe new logo features a flat design with a blue background, with the SpectroCoin bull and coin sitting atop.

The re-branding will also include new features, where the exchange platform will link the debit cards with the digital currency wallets.

As a result, SpectroCoin says they will be the first to offer the actual blockchain debit cards as cryptocurrency wallets will be credited instantly during a payment or cash withdrawal with debit cards issued by SpectroCoin.

The exchange is also expanding their deposit and withdrawal options, and soon people in some countries will be able to buy and sell bitcoin for cash using SpectroCoin. Lastly, they are also adding new digital currencies that they will support, such as Dash.

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