Bittylicious Promising to Change the Way We Buy Cryptocurrency


With all the talk about digital currencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum, as well as the need to use wallets and decide which exchanges to register for, the world of cryptocurrency can seem quite daunting and complex to beginners.

However, with the value of Bitcoin soaring to record levels at the end of last year, the concept of digital money has become a major talking point across the world and is attracting more and more attention every day. As such, a growing number of people are looking to dip their toes into the water of cryptocurrencies and ultimately see what the fuss is about.

A simple approach

How Bittylicious can help you get started with Bitcoin
How Bittylicious can help you get started with Bitcoin

But just what is the easiest answer to the question of how to buy Bitcoin? There are of course a range of options available and one in particular is offering a service which simplifies the process neatly for anyone in the UK who is ready to move into the world of cryptocurrency.

As far as company names go, Bittylicious may be one of the quirkiest we have heard. Nevertheless, the business is arguably offering the most direct way for people to get started in the world of cryptocurrency. The company’s aim is to simply provide you with bitcoin as quickly as possible – and this directness is exemplified by its homepage.

Clear and concise, it simply asks you to enter the address for your Bitcoin wallet, your email address and then the amount of Bitcoin you wish to purchase. You are then offered a choice of payments including bank transfer, credit or debit card and also Barclays Pingit, with the price of the Bitcoin on offer following market rates. After completing the transaction, you simply sit back, wait for your payment to clear and for your new Bitcoins to be received into your wallet.

Get started

While those who are experienced in the world of Bitcoin may have the skills it takes to keep track of exchanges and ICOs or a range of other issues, sites like Bittylicious offers an undeniably direct route for a person to get involved in the world of cryptocurrency.

If you simply want to see how it feels to buy cryptocurrencies, a platform like Bittylicious offers a straightforward and simple process to get you off to a great start. With the company also seeking to attract brokers who are looking to sell using the platform, a hub like Bittylicious has huge potential to grow in the future.

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