Capricoin is the global crypto currency for the people - making digital transactions easier.
What is it?
You'll no doubt have heard of Bitcoin, the first globally accepted crypto currency that was launched in 2009.
Capricoin is the next generation in global peer-to peer lending, the money transfer system that makes transactions easier.
Created and developed in the USA and Europe by a group of technology companies, it uses the latest technology to enable money transfers between people and merchants around the world at practically zero cost.
It's highly secure too - crypto currencies are minted (mined) and authenticated by a secure public network. It's designed so that every participant has equal access to all transaction data. It's highly transparent and highly effective.
Capricoin is a crypto currency system that's designed for the mainstream. Anyone can use it, and getting it is simple - you just download the wallet from the exchange that suits you and acquire your coins.
The aim is to distribute these coins around the world, making it a coin for the people. Capricoin not only delivers high speed transaction confirmation times but also deals with commercial-level transaction volumes with ease.
This makes Capricoin the payment method of choice for a range of businesses, meaning they can accept digital payments much more simply, at next to no cost, which means more profit for the business.
How does it work?
Capricoin has been developed to remove the need for a "middle man" for digital transactions. Users can safely and securely store, value and send payments directly.
There are two main options: either download and store your coins on your PC or Mac, or use a digital wallet through Capricoin.com to manage your coins.
You can then use your coins to pay for products and services with other registered Capricoin users.
Then download the capripay App to your phone (available on Android/Apple ) n.b. remember to make a note of your user name and passwords, if registering at more than one of the above you can then log in to the others with your existing username/password.
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