28 March, 2016
Grand Capital introduces new improvements to make your trading with us most convenient. Now all Bitcoin users can deposit and withdraw funds with ease.
To make a quick deposit in Bitcoins follow these three easy steps:
Go to your Personal account and choose Bitcoin as a deposit option
Fill in the deposit amount in USD and press “Continue”
Processing page will then open. Follow instructions to complete the transaction.
Commission for both deposit and withdrawal in Bitcoins is 0%.
Please note that deposit transactions in Bitcoins are carried out through OKPay system. However, you don’t need to open an account there in order to perform the transaction.
If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact our Customer Support via LiveChat or email to email@example.com
Grand Capital team
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