D’Coin” Announces D’Crypt” Trading Platform

D’Crypt™ is pleased to announce a new cryptocurrency and altcoin trader platform which will reduce risk by restricting trading to high-performing altcoins. D’Crypt’s mission is to simplify high-leverage cryptocurrency trading for all.

Singapore - May 16, 2018 —

Over the past year, more altcoin traders have arrived on the cryptocurrency market than at any point previously.

There is just one problem – with thousands of altcoins and several different assets required for trading (fiat cash, Bitcoin, Ethereum, etc.), trading is becoming increasingly high-risk and increasingly complicated …

D’Crypt™ as a New Kind of Cryptocurrency Trading Platform

Many altcoin trader’s are looking for 2018’s lowest risk trading platform. D’Crypt™ is the answer.

D’Crypt™ uses D’Coin™ (DCO) as its own cryptocurrency and method of exchange. This means that as an altcoin trader using D’Crypt™, users are freed from having to continuously convert fiat currency to Bitcoin (and other coins) required to trade different digital assets. However, D’Crypt™ is about much more than just trading convenience.

Cryptocurrency market volatility is countered by D’Crypt™ sentimental algorithms which collate the most up to date & actionable trading data.

“Reliable and clean infostreams,” says Art Moon, Director of Marketing for D’Fintec™ Global, the parent company presenting the trading platform, “can be analyzed and aggregated to anticipate market fluctuations.”

“Trader sentiment, awareness, and focus are factored into a decision-making matrix, quantified and evaluated into 3 sets of the top coins and exchanges to trade in.”

D’Crypt™ will maximize altcoin trader safety, security, and profit, by facilitating peer to peer trading using ERC-20 blockchain smart contracts.

Hype & FUD-Free Trading Pairs

As every altcoin trader knows, cryptocurrency price swings aren’t always down to chance.

Every day, holders of large amounts of digital currency manipulate prices by executing coordinated buy and sell orders. These result in artificial inflation of different cryptocurrency prices. Worse, as a new altcoin trader, it is easy to buy coins at the wrong moment and take on significant losses when prices correct.

Thankfully, D’Crypt™ uses patented algorithms to carry out live cryptocurrency market analysis. After carrying out analysis of different exchange price trends, D’Crypt™ then identifies sets of 3, 5, or 10 coins with the strongest and most legitimate trading potential.

Chairman and Founder Dibyendu Patnaik of D’Fintec™ Global says, “Our D&D Group has nearly two decades of experience in SE Asia, and we are pioneering blockchain solutions using mobile software for individuals to enter the market, effectively removing brokers and intermediaries from the trading floor.”

Smart Contract Protected Peer to Peer Trading

Over the past year, thousands of cryptocurrency trades have been reversed and/or executed fraudulently on leading exchanges like Binance, Coinbase, Paxful, and Localbitcoins.

In the majority of cases, fraudulent transactions occur when one altcoin trader reverses payment on a credit or debit card. At the same time, however, trades can also be reversed due to exchange bugs and sudden account freezes (usually during peak trading periods).

Thankfully, D’Crypt™ provides cryptocurrency traders with more robust trading security. This is due to the fact that D’Crypt™ is a fully decentralized exchange which will settle peer to peer trades via ERC-20 via smart contracts.

Co-Founder of D’Fintec™ Mr. Debasish Pattnaik says, “Smart contracts bring transparency and assurance to decentralized and democratized trading – giving anyone, anywhere access to smart trades on a global level, all at your fingertips.”

D’Coin™ 30% Pre-ICO Bonus On Sale Now

Get KYC/AML registration out of the way now to take advantage of this offer. The 30% Pre-ICO Bonus period ends May 9th or when the Soft Cap of US$3M is realized, whichever is earlier.

The D’Coin™ Token Sale Starts on May 10th, 2018

There is an increasing awareness in the cryptocurrency community that decentralized exchanges are the future of digital currency trading. This being the case, don’t wait for the future to happen.

Become part of the exchange revolution by investing in D’Coin™ when the D’Coin™ token sale starts on May 10th at www.dcoinico.io.

For more information please go to: https://www.dcoinico.io/
Follow D’Coin™ on Telegram: https://t.me/dcoindco

Media Contact: Director of Marketing, D’Fintec™
Name: Art Moon
Email: press@dcoinico.io

Dibyendu Patnaik
Founder and Chairman
D’Fintec™ Global Pte Ltd

Debasish Pattnaik
Co-Founder and Vice Chairman
D’Fintec™ Global Pte Ltd

D’Coin™ is the source of this content. Virtual currency is not legal tender, is not backed by the government, and accounts and value balances are not subject to consumer protections. Cryptocurrencies and tokens are extremely volatile. There is no guarantee of a stable value, or of any value at all. Token sales are only suitable for individuals with a high risk tolerance. Only participate in a token event with what you can afford to lose. This press release is for informational purposes only. The information does not constitute investment advice or an offer to invest.

Contact Info:
Name: Art Moon
Email: press@dcoinico.io
Organization: D'Coin

For more information, please visit https://www.dcoinico.io/

Release ID: 344387

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