Black Friday is the day shoppers anticipate the most. Being regarded as the beginning of the Christmas shopping season in the US since 1952, Black Friday has also infiltrated almost every country with significant discounts on clothing, consumer electronics, home utilities, and more.The cryptocurrency space also provides compelling offers. Perhaps the most attractive one arrived yesterday as most digital assets, including Bitcoin, started an early Black Friday sale.Black Friday On The Crypto MarketMost cryptocurrency assets plummeted in value yesterday. Bitcoin, for example, went from its recent 2020 high of ,500 to a low of ,250. Despite recovering to some extent, BTC is still more than 10% away from its highest yearly price tag.The altcoin market provides even more tempting offers.
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Black Friday is the day shoppers anticipate the most. Being regarded as the beginning of the Christmas shopping season in the US since 1952, Black Friday has also infiltrated almost every country with significant discounts on clothing, consumer electronics, home utilities, and more.
The cryptocurrency space also provides compelling offers. Perhaps the most attractive one arrived yesterday as most digital assets, including Bitcoin, started an early Black Friday sale.
Black Friday On The Crypto Market
Most cryptocurrency assets plummeted in value yesterday. Bitcoin, for example, went from its recent 2020 high of $19,500 to a low of $16,250. Despite recovering to some extent, BTC is still more than 10% away from its highest yearly price tag.
The altcoin market provides even more tempting offers. Ethereum is nearly 20% down from its 2020 high, while Ripple’s discount is at 30%. On a macro scale, ETH and XRP are down with 65% and 87% from their respective all-time highs.
Put simply, if one was looking for an entry in the past few days, yesterday’s decline might provide an opportunity. Of course, it’s important to exercise cautiousness because the market is particularly volatile. In other words, the fact that we saw a major correction doesn’t mean that the worst has passed.
Binance’s Black Friday Promos
The leading cryptocurrency exchange Binance runs two Black Friday promotions until December 1st, 2020. 40 lucky newly-registered users will have the chance to buy up to $1,000 in BTC for half the money. All they need to do to be involved is:
- Complete 50 USD (or equivalent) crypto purchase using your local currencies on Binance.
- Complete at least 50 USD (or equivalent) in trading volume (includes buys and sells) on any spot, margin, and USDT-margined futures contracts.
Already registered users can also benefit from a similar campaign. However, they would need to spend more (at least $1,000) and could win a chance to buy BTC for 20% off.
TradingView: Up To 60% Discounts
TradingView is arguably the most important website for traders, with a multitude of trading features allowing users to create the most comprehensive charts and analysis.
The website offers its robust set of tools with up to 60% discounts plus a free month on the different packages. The offer is valid until 8 a.m. UTC on November 28th, and users can make the payments with PayPal or even cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and more).
Ledger Hardware Wallet 40% Off
Hardware wallets are a must for every hardcore cryptocurrency investor, emphasized best with the popular phrase – “not your keys, not your coins.”
The popular hardware wallet manufacturer Ledger now allows users to take advantage of 40% discounts for its products. The offer is valid until November 30th.
Ledger accepts Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash, as well as credit cards and PayPal payments.
Trezor Hardware Wallet 20% Off
Trezor is also a company that provides widely-used cryptocurrency hardware wallets. Trezos’s Black Friday sale continues until Sunday – November 29th.
Users can take advantage of a 20% discount on the company’s most popular wallets, including the Trezor Model T.
Trezor accepts payments with credit cards and bitcoin. Shop Bitcoin Black Friday sales on Trezor from here.
Kryptoez – Up To 75% Off
If one wants to show his affection for the cryptocurrency space through fashion, and especially with socks, Kryptoez is the place to go. Now, they can also enjoy discounts up to 75% on particular models.
Payments are accepted via the most popular cryptocurrencies – including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Monero, and Litecoin, as well as PayPal, credit card, ApplePay, and GooglePay.
Blockchain Kicks 10% Off
Speaking of fashionable apparel, the aforementioned Bitcoin socks would look great with some Bitcoin sneakers. As such, the BlockchainKicks website has provided a 10% Black Friday sale on its products.
Apart from a few different types of BTC kicks, customers could also choose sneakers with the logos of Monero, Ripple, Verge, Stellar, TRON, Ethereum, and more.
BlockchainKicks accepts cryptocurrency payments for purchases.
NewEgg’s Most Powerful Yearly Deals Accept BTC
One of the most popular websites for consumer electronics, NewEgg, has also taken the Black Friday discount initiative. Described as NewEgg’s “most powerful deals of the year,” the US online retailer provides up to 90% discounts on electronics like computers, smartphones, TVs, and more.
Customers can pay with credit cards, PayPal, and cryptocurrencies through BitPay.
Overstock’s Mega Deals
Another giant US online retailer, namely Overstock, has also discounted most of its items. Users can take advantage of the “Black Friday blowout” with up to 40% discounts on electronics, furniture, jewelry and watches, lightning, sports items, and more.
Apart from paying with credit cards, Overstock became one of the first websites to enable bitcoin payments years ago. A tradition that continues to this day as well.