PRESS RELEASE. As the most trusted platform to buy, sell and exchange Bitcoin, Ethereum and 230+ other cryptocurrency tokens for Australian investors CoinSpot encourages people who have not yet explored the investment opportunities surrounding crypto to do this New Year at the time they get involved.
Of the four largest crypto tokens, which include Ethereum and Bitcoin, three saw huge gains in 2020, and by early January 2021 the market was worth more than $ 1 trillion. CoinSpot is encouraging Australian investors to expand their portfolios into this exciting market as further growth is expected this year.
CoinSpot provides a simple and easy-to-use way to buy, sell, and exchange cryptocurrency wallets so you can easily start investing in crypto. The solution is designed to streamline exchanges between different tokens by allowing traders to swap directly between over 230 tokens and use instant prices to secure the price at the start of trading.
For those who haven’t invested in crypto yet in 2021, CoinSpot is also offering bundles that offer a pre-diversified wallet of coins chosen for a specific focus. This includes the top 10 bundle that offers 10 coins with the best tokens by market capitalization. the social bundle, which contains coins targeted at social media; or the AI bundle that focuses on AI on the blockchain. This can help people who want to enter the crypto market to start with a package of tokens specially selected by the experts at CoinSpot.
CoinSpot can also offer the latest AUD prices and market information on all tokens it supports on its easy-to-use platform. This makes CoinSpot the ideal starting point for Australia-based investors and traders to move forward with their crypto investments and exchanges in 2021.
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