SpectroCoin Aims to Become a Leading UK Bitcoin Wallet
LT, November 12, 2015 at 11:56 UTC
London, November 2015. From last week, SpectroCoin.com (http://spectrocoin.com) users in London are able to spend bitcoins at a number of restaurants and coffee shops around London. This can be done due to SpectroCoin integration to a WoraPay platform.
Being based in London, helps SpectroCoin team to integrate bitcoin in the daily life of Londoner's. Now SpectroCoin.com wallet can be used to make purchases at physical locations around London town. The restaurants accepting SpectroCoin wallet include:
- Chao Kitchen at 154 Whitecross St, London EC1Y 8JL, United Kingdom
- The Salad Kitchen at126 Whitecross Street, London EC1Y 8JL, United Kingdom
- Barbican Express at 131 Whitecross Street, London, EC1Y 8JL, United Kingdom
- La Passione Café at 3 Cherry Tree Walk, London EC1Y 8NX, United Kingdom
- Patio Coffee at Finsbury Square, London EC2A 1R, United Kingdom
- Back Street at Diner Clifton St., London EC2A, United Kingdom
In addition, to being able to pay with Bitcoin via SpectrCoin wallet at these restaurants, Londoner's can order before entering the store. Therefore, SpectroCoin is probably the first example of bitcoin and "order and pay" synergy.
Order and Pay is a method to placing an order and paying ahead, by so saving time for not waiting in a line and entering the shop just to pick up the order. Recently this method has been highly advertised by Starbucks.
Now SpectroCoin users can look for shops and restaurants supporting SpectroCoin wallet at their mobile phone wallet and order instantly. That highly aligns with the Bitcoin philosophy to cut the time for payments.
However, the most popular product among SpectroCoin UK clients is both plastic and virtual Bitcoin Debit Cards issued by SpectroCoin. These cards are accepted at practically all ATMs worldwide as well as at every shop, which accepts VISA or MasterCard cards. It is probably the most convenient way to spend Bitcoins anywhere in the United Kingdom. The card price starts from 1 EUR for a virtual card.
To serve British clients' needs, SpectroCoin offers Amazon.co.uk vouchers as a withdrawal option. From now on, SpectroCoin.com users can exchange their Bitcoins to Amazon.co.uk vouchers and use them to buy anything at Amazon.co.uk. Vouchers can be bought for any amount, so bitcoin can exchange exact amount what he needs.
For small amounts, SpectroCoin offers the option to use Bitcoins to top up mobile phones on Talk Mobile, Asda Mobile, Tesco Mobile, Virgin Mobile, T-Mobile, Orange, O2, Giff Gaff, Econet, Vodafone, Now Mobile, Vizz Mobile, Three, Lebara, Lyca networks. This feature is already very popular as an alternative for mobile remittances for people who have to make small peer-to-peer transactions inside the UK.
WoraPay is the universal remote mobile payment platform. It connects any mobile wallet with any merchant. The solution was developed in the Baltics and has already received good traction there. Clients can select any connected mobile wallet and pay remotely at over 400+ locations. Platform was launched in UK in November 2015.
SpectroCoin is London-based bitcoin exchange, wallet, debit card and merchant solution provider. It serves clients in more than 150+ countries. Currently, it facilitates more than 20 types deposits and withdrawals including local bank transfers, credit and debit cards and cash deposits to name but a few. Company also provides wallets for iOS, Android and Windows Phone. SpectroCoin's merchant solution provides API and e-commerce integrations as well as POS solution. SpectroCoin was founded in 2013.
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