Coindirect has now launched a dedicated Exchange page where converting between your Coindirect wallets is a straight-forward and instant process. If you want to shift digital currency between any of your wallets without hassle or waiting periods, you’ll know where to go. The exchange works anytime of day, with any of the 35 digital currencies, in any of the 21 countries currently supported by Coindirect.
Making a career out of cryptocurrency can now be a reality, as you can become a full-time Trade Vendor on Coindirect. You’ll be your own boss by setting your own prices, working your own hours and creating your own Offers on the peer-to-peer marketplace. Being a Trade Vendor on Coindirect is different to simply buying or selling altcoins on the platform, as Vendors are able to fully customise their own sell and buy Offers. If you’re interested in becoming a Vendor we have 7 steps to get you going.
We’ve created a way to reward our customers for spreading the word about Coindirect, by giving you the option to earn passive income through our platform. We recognise how powerful word-of-mouth can be, so whether you’re a blogger, vlogger, social media influencer or even just a regular Coindirect user, you can benefit by joining this program. With daily payouts, the program aims to give back to the people helping to further expand the growing Coindirect community. It’s a win-win, and opting in is simple and free. See the steps below to find out how to get started.
Turning cryptocurrencies you own back into your preferred fiat currency is a crucial service that helps keep the cryptocurrency market functional. Luckily, selling your bitcoin is a straightforward process with Coindirect. In fact, any of our 35 cryptocurrencies on the platform can be sold after they are converted into bitcoin using the ‘Transfer’ function in our ‘Wallets’ tab.
If you’re considering buying bitcoin, it’s important to, first and foremost, have a base understanding of what you’re buying into. The coin was introduced in early 2009 and is credited as the first decentralised digital currency to use blockchain technology. It was invented by Satoshi Nakamoto, but has since been released as open-source software, which means ongoing improvements can be made to the system when needed. It saw a dramatic increase in value in 2017, with 1 bitcoin going for less than 1,000 USD at the beginning of the year, and peaking at over 19,000 USD by mid December.