This coin intended for micro transactions has been quietly knocking goals off their roadmap. To potential users, they offer lightning fast payments with fees that are less than a penny and an easy to use web wallet that allows users to send and receive using an email address. It even provides a retrievable password, a feature which many mainstream users will no doubt enjoy.
This little crypto has made some interesting partnerships, including one with General Bytes ATMs which now has them listed as an available asset on all of their 1,600 or so machines in 40+ countries. They've also partnered with FTI food tech, who intends to use this coin, and the technology behind it to improve the food and barter industries.
They've already purchased 2 million coins for their own usage, with a goal to acquire 50 million in total. There's a lot to offer here, and if you're interested in making a Flash investment, then read on to see everything that this project has planned for the future.
Investors can only buy Flash on a small number of exchanges. You may need some alternative accounts to get it, but fortunately, they have some great options that don't require verification. Bitcoin is currently the only trading pair available, and so you'll need to swap if you normally use a different coin like Ethereum for your trades.
Investors looking to store this coin will need to use either an official application or a compatible partner wallet. There's several good options for this. Investors can download desktop client style wallets for Windows, Linux or Mac. There's also a very nice web wallet available that includes some great features, or if you'd prefer a multi-asset wallet, then they have an integration available with Coinomi as well for both Android and iOS.
Investors should make sure to always back up their seed or wallet file to protect their investment. You'll need this to recover your funds if your wallet is damaged.