Announcing a Return to our Roots: The All-New Bitcoin Magazine First Bitcoin Exchange to Accept Credit Cards for Deposit

 First Bitcoin Exchange to Accept Credit Cards for Deposit is the first bitcoin exchange to accept credit cards to make an initial deposit to fund a customer’s account. We offer mobile trading, API trading, and peer to peer fund transfers internationally. is AML, KYC, and PCI compliant. Our members and merchants are able to cash out via ACH or a wire transfer. We also offer the widest range of deposit methods including cash and credit cards.

We offer the first easy pay widget which allows merchants to generate payment urls for their customers. Their customers will instantly be able to purchase coins from and the digital coins will be sent directly to the merchant. The following is a sample of our merchant payment system:

We offer $15 for every friend that you refer and makes a deposit. In the near future, will be offering more trading pairs in other cryptocurrencies.

What Offers:

  • Over 30,000 active members
  • 0.1% trading fees for API users.
  • Deposits by Cash, ACH, Credit Card & Wire.
  • We accept Members internationally.
  • We offer 4 different pairs and will be adding to this monthly.
  • Our API can be found here –
  • Our Easy Pay Widget that does not require an account can be found here-
  • Earn $15 per friend referred with our referral/ affiliate program which can be found here –

For inquiries, please contact, Mark Chung, Director of Business Development

855-712-6466 Tel

[email protected]

2940 E Park Ave

Tallahassee, FL 32301


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