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Web Browser, Android Mobile, iOS Mobile, Windows Mobile, and SpectroCoin Card can be used at ATMs.
  • ValidationCentralised
  • AnonymityLow
  • Ease of useEasy Beginners
  • Supported Coins
  • BTC
  • ETH
  • DASH

Pros & Cons

  • It is simple to understand how it works, and the card offering is intuitive.
  • You know your own private key, and as long as you keep your encryption password safe, no one else will know it.
  • Their fiat transactions are generally considered to be quick.
  • Support staff are available 24/7.
  • CryptoCompare lists some serious-sounding user reviews, and there aren’t enough positive reviews on the site to compensate for the negative ones.
  • Only offers Bitcoin, Ethereum, and DASH.
  • The wallet does not use open-source technology.
  • The wallet’s security rating is not good enough for investors.


Buy and Sell from inside the wallet, Built-in Exchange, Attach a debit card to your wallet, ability to buy discount vouchers and gift cards, and the SpectroCoin Card, which can be used globally at any ATM.

Wallet Info

Vytautas Karalevicius is the CEO of SpectroCoin.
Free to download. £1 per month for SpectroCard. Standard Bitcoin transaction fees, except for transactions within the SpectroCoin network, which are free.
Private Keys Stored by
You and a third party, encrypted with your password
What it is

A desktop and mobile application running a ‘hot’ cryptocurrency wallet (one that is connected to the Internet) that is connected with a built-in cryptocurrency exchange.

David is a forex trader and writer who has spent the last few years giving his opinion and spreading news about oncoming markets and trading tips. Besides from being a trader he is also a lifelong Everton fan and enjoys spending free time watching his beloved team in the premier league.

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