Crypto Coins has been growing its presence on Bitcoin exchange sites, especially since the launch of Bitfinex.
This past January, the company started accepting Bitcoin for its services, which have been gaining popularity on the Bitcoin exchanges, such as Bittrex and Kraken.
Today, the firm announced its launch of a new service to help it increase its visibility.
Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin have seen a significant growth in recent months.
They were once seen as a speculative bubble, but with the growth of the Bitcoin market, the value of the digital currency has been increasing exponentially.
The Bitcoin value is now more than $16,000 per coin.
Today the firm added more than 1,000 different artworks to its online marketplace.
The new service, dubbed “Crypto Coins Gallery”, will allow users to browse through the artwork for sale on the exchange.
The company says the gallery will be available for a short period of time before being shut down.
Users can browse through more than 150,000 artwork to view, including works by famous artists such as Andy Warhol, David Bowie, Frank Stella, and Leonardo Da Vinci.
They can also see which artworks are currently available on the site, including original paintings and more.
The Cryptocurrency Gallery will be open for about two weeks, after which the company will shut down the site.
The artworks available to view on Crypto Coins Gallery include works by artists like David Bowie.
Crypto Coins’ first foray into Bitcoin exchanges was a bit of a gamble.
It initially started accepting the digital cryptocurrency in 2017, and was then hit with a large hack that affected several of the exchanges.
However, the team managed to recover and the company has since been able to offer more services, such a live chat support and more secure trading.
The Crypto Coins team has since made several improvements to its website, including adding a mobile app, and expanding its team of developers to handle new types of applications.
The team hopes to expand its offerings to other popular cryptocurrencies in the future.
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