Bitcoin Press Release: Bitcoin and Litecoin trading platform eCoin.eu has recently launched commission free trading period, user-friendly Facebook registration, and a hassle free way to withdraw funds to Debit Card.

Bitcoin and Litecoin trading service provider eCoin.eu is moving closer to their customers by integrating Facebook registration and login compatible with dual authentication. eCoin.eu also allows customers to put credit on their XMLGold Prepaid MasterCard for a standard market fee.

eCoin.eu offers a great opportunity of trading without commission. The eCoin trader can earn 0% commission fees within a week by pressing the like button on the bottom of the website, logging out and then logging in again. After these simple steps the user is free to trade without eCoin taking out any hefty commissions.

With more and more users worldwide relaying on social media it was a natural step for eCoin.eu to allow users to register and access their account through Facebook. For maximum security eCoin recommends that customers use the dual authentication feature provided.

eCoin.eu recently added another user-friendly feature MasterCard top-up.  Users can now withdraw their eCoin.eu balance to MasterCard for only a 2% commission fee. The user simply sells/exchanges an ecoin.eu voucher code on xmlgold.eu to top up their existing XMLGold Prepaid MasterCard in USD, EUR or GBP. Users that do not have a XMLGold MasterCard can order it now for 15 EUR with delivery included.

About eCoin.eu:  

eCoin.eu is a transparent trading service provider managed by Wallet Capital Group Inc. The company is registered in Panama under Offshore financial Operational Notice. eCoin.eu was founded in 2014.

For more information please visit: http://www.ecoin.eu/

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eCoin.eu is the source of this content. Virtual currency is not legal tender, is not backed by the government, and accounts and value balances are not subject to FDIC and other consumer protections. This press release is for informational purposes only. The information does not constitute investment advice or an offer to invest.