Bitmoney.eu makes the process of buying Bitcoin easy and efficient, saving customers the hassle of waiting for their bitcoins to be deposited into their wallets. Don’t have a bitcoin wallet yet? Not a problem. Bitmoney.eu also creates a wallet automatically for customers who do not already have one.
Bitmoney.eu believes that anyone and everyone should be able to acquire bitcoin. Bitcoin guarantees that your money will not disappear, ever. It is incredibly safe and secure to hold as private money, as well as making transactions. Owning bitcoin is as good as gold, only in digital format.
Since the relaunch of their site, it is now possible to buy bitcoins all around Europe using some of your favorite online payment methods, including iDeal, MisterCash/Bancontact, Sofort, and GiroPay, fast.
Along with the four methods listed above, Bitmoney.eu has also teamed up with ecoPayz as another online payment method. ecoPayz is a popular payment system for making secure and fast purchases on the Web. ecoPayz customers can now buy bitcoin with their ecoPayz wallet (ecoAccount) or prepaid ecoCard.
Additionally, Bitmoney.eu is looking to feature even more diverse payment options on their site in the future. Keep an eye out for when Bitmoney.eu adds Visa/MasterCard options as well as other common payment methods like Neteller, AMEX, and AstroPay.
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored press release and does not necessarily reflect the opinions of any The Merkle employees. This is not investment or trading advice, always do your own independent research.
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