Flexcoin Reopens Its Doors
Flexcoin reopens under new ownership and management based in Ontario, Canada. The new Flexcoin has bank-grade security and all funds are now insured.
April 28, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Flexcoin reopens under new ownership and management based in Ontario, Canada and is out to prove that a bitcoin banking can be safe and a great way for individuals and businesses to store their bitcoins.
The new Flexcoin has bank-grade security and all funds are now insured through a loss and theft prevention waiver. The company still offers interest to its account holders every month and the new bitcoin bank seems to be growing very hour its open. You can now exchange bitcoins right through the platform and transfer them to other wallets, users, or banks. With the new Genesis1 bitcoin ATM, the new Flexcoin team is looking to put their names on the new ATM's throughout Canada which would make it easier for people who bank with Flexcoin to access their funds or add new funds to their account. The new Flexcoin hides users bitcoin addresses so that they are not public or exposed to anyone within the system or externally. The new Flexcoin seems to be in a great position to grow in the next few months and with the new security features comparable to the major banks, users can be rest assured their funds are safe and sound.
The new Flexcoin team are confident that the bank will be able to make a great positive name for itself and hopefully one day, growing with bitcoin become the number one place to store, deposit, withdraw and transfer your bitcoins through. With the old failed Flexcoin name in the past the team is looking ahead.