Coin-Trade is a platform for exchanging virtual currency for fiat currencies.
It offers a wide range of crypto currencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, and others.
Coin-Tracking has announced a partnership with the European History Museum to help students learn about the history of the continent.
“Coin-traders are the people who trade digital currencies, and we’re excited to be working with them on their new Coin-Treasurer, Coin-trade,” said co-founder and CEO, Ben Fung.
“We believe that this platform will enable our students to gain more insight into Europe, and to gain new knowledge about the region.”
Coin-Truer is an online marketplace where students can trade virtual currencies for physical goods.
It’s an extension of the European history museum’s history museum site, where students also can learn about European history and culture.
Fung and his co-founders, Alex and John, hope that Coin-treasurer will be a fun and exciting new experience for students to learn about Europe and its rich history.
The company launched Coin-traverty on Monday.
Students will be able to exchange digital currencies for cash in the company’s Coin-Track, where they will be provided with a QR code and a code to unlock a safe and secure wallet.
Coin-Traverty will also have a live trading market for students, where users can purchase virtual currencies and cash directly from the Coin-Tracker.
With the Coin Traverty platform, students will be given the option to purchase digital currencies directly from Coin-track, instead of using a virtual currency exchange like Coin-trade.
Coin Traverier will allow users to buy physical goods with Bitcoin and Ethereum, and use that to pay for the goods.
Coin-trever will launch on October 3 and will be free to all students who sign up for the service.
The Coin-trace feature will also be available to all.