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Purse.io Announces Black Friday Deals – Save 20% On Amazon By Paying in Bitcoin.

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         Purse.io Announces Black Friday Deals – Save 20% On Amazon By Paying in Bitcoin.

What we do at Purse is enable our customers to use Bitcoin on the world’s largest online merchant, Amazon. You can spend your BTC for any item on Amazon and receive 20% off.  You can also use Purse to purchase BTC with a Credit Card or Amazon Gift Cards, Win, Win, Win.

There are many new and exciting things that are happening at Purse. We have heard over and over about how the Bitcoin ecosystem needs more design and better UI. Well, we listened and we will be rolling out a new wonderfully designed website just in time for the holidays. This site integrates a simple buy / sell process with an elegant design.

The holidays will be huge for Purse and more specifically Black Friday. We want to provide the BTC community with the biggest discounts possible. Currently, our average discounts for any item is 20% but we have even seen up to 45% off entire purchases. The higher the discount percentage the longer the acceptance and delivery times are but if you don’t need the item immediately then why not get a large discount. So, make sure you get your holiday shopping in early so that you can get the biggest discounts.

Through our customer analysis we have collected a great deal of data on top product purchases, as well as where on the planet these purchases are being made. We are now operating in 87 countries and that number is growing weekly.

Finally, we are very excited to announce our new panel of investors. We have been backed by some of the industry leaders and we are excited to see how our company will flourish through these partnerships.

Plug and Play Ventures LLC | Bobby Lee | FundersClubTerrance Yang | Strong Ventures | Roger Ver

Follow us on Twitter and Like us on Facebook @PurseIOWebsite: https://purse.io 

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