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Premium Black – A New Highly Innovative Money Service

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Since the beginning of Bitcoin in 2009, the year of the economic crisis and a year after the financial crisis in 2008, when all markets went crazy, cryptocurrencies have become an integral part of everyday life. It is all the more important to be able to trust reliable partners here. Online wallets, exchanges and, of course, payment services play a very important role. The question of trust in particular is always an issue for many of these “startups” and has to stand up to the conservative banking system that has been known for decades in a digital “parallel world”.

One of these new providers and services is called “Premium Black” and offers innovative solutions to give the user full control and transparency over all transactions.

In times of centralization of markets and decentralization of technologies, a fundamental rethink is required. Company founder Florian Dahn formulates the philosophy of the service provider: “The original idea of ​​Bitcoin, to give people responsibility over their own money again, is still alive and is very similar to the attempt by John F. Kennedy at that time to get the money system back into the hands of the people.

Payment services that handle a large part of the technical processing have not been available in that way before. It used to, that the coins previously earned through online shops or services were always stored at the service itself until a transfer was requested from the merchant. This was of course prone to theft and hacking attacks.

Thus, the original idea of ​​Bitcoin is no longer given.

And it is precisely this thought that PREMIUM BLACK obviously brings back to the minds of traders and crypto users.

Thanks to the technology of the HD wallets, PREMIUM BLACK enables all customer funds to go directly to the dealer in any case and thus 1. fees are saved and 2. the security of the coins is back with the dealer. And this without PREMIUM BLACK gaining access to the dealers’ funds.

“True to the thoughts of John F. Kennedy and Satoshi Nakamoto, we ensure that you regain control of your money (your coins).”

Company website: www.premium.black

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