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BTX Trader launches Celery to bring digital currency directly to consumers.

WORLDWIDE COMPUTER PRODUCTS NEWS-July 28, 2014-BTX Trader launches Celery to bring digital currency directly to consumers


BTX Trader, the multi-exchange online trading system for digital currencies and a wholly-owned subsidiary of WPCS International Inc (Nasdaq: WPCS), announced on Friday the launch of Celery, its new web-based product committed to putting digital currency in the hands of ordinary consumers.

According to the company, Celery, which is available immediately at, is the simplest and fastest way for mainstream consumers to buy their first Bitcoins and Dogecoins. It is reportedly the only product on the market that offers access to multiple types of digital currency, the company employs direct bank transfers and the most straightforward user experience on the market.

According to the company, Celery's mission is to grow digital currency usage beyond the first wave of sophisticated early financial adopters and encourage consumers to use digital currency.

Also, Celery keeps things simple by using friendly language, only asking for basic sign-up information and using direct bank funding, meaning customers can use their first coins from their new Celery wallet dashboard within just three to four business days.

In addition, BTX Trader allows users already familiar with the bitcoin environment to trade across the four major digital currency exchanges in real-time.

Celery will initially be available exclusively to customers in the US.

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Date:Jul 28, 2014
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