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Irish bitcoin start-up Prypto lists on crypto currency exchange BitcoinBourse.eu

03 April 2014  |  2283 views  |  0 Source: Prypto

Ireland based - Prypto Group Limited, announced today that their initial public offering of 120,000 shares will be listed on the crypto currency exchange BitcoinBourse.eu, effective April 15th 2014.

Prypto management selected BitcoinBourse.eu due to their focus on P2P trading and easy to use platform.

Prypto provides through Resellers worldwide consumer access to their innovative products. The first being that of Crypto Scratch Cards, thus making crypto currency more accessible to the everyday person.

By turning accessible crypto currency into a physical item through the means of a scratch card, Prypto has made the experience as simple and comfortable as possible. Prypto's mission statement is: "Creating an easy and familiar environment for everyday consumers to acquire crypto currencies."

Prypto has been well received by the crypto currency community with over 30,000 shares already being purchased directly off their own site before this official listing announcement with BitcoinBourse.eu.

The Prypto Investment opportunity ties in perfectly with the service provided by BitcoinBourse.eu, as the world sees a growing demand for locally executed crypto currency trades. The Crypto Scratch Cards issued by Prypto will make these transactions even easier and faster to complete.

More than 1,200 BitCoin, DogeCoin and WorldCoin Crypto Scratch Cards have been ordered to date by global Resellers during Prypto's Beta Stage. On top of that, Prypto has also received over 300 Crypto Scratch Card sample requests, which have been sent out to over 42 different countries.

Prypto's Merchant service offers an extra payment solution for everyone. With absolutely no fees, several merchants have taken up on this offer already, including the Atomic-Trade crypto currency exchange.

BitcoinBourse.eu offers person-to-person trading via their exchange. With the crypto currency remaining in escrow until the transaction is confirmed as complete by both the buyer and seller, there is no risk involved for either party.

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