Today is the day after Thanksgiving in the United States, also known as Black Friday – a day when retailers everywhere offer the year’s best deals and discounts. The day is no different in the world of crypto, and those interested in Bitcoin and other altcoins can take advantage of the savings and stock up on some key items on the cheap.
We’re outlining some of the best discounts and deals crypto-related companies are offering this year when money is the tightest and savings are needed the most.
Bitcoin And Crypto Black Friday Deals 2020
Black Thursday earlier in 2020 is a day many don’t want to remember. Today is very different however and could save you some money rather than causing you to lose it.
On Black Friday, retailers and companies roll out the best deals of the year aimed at getting an early jump on holiday-related revenue-driving.
For those interested in trying their hand at technical analysis, TradingView.com is offering up to 60% off their Pro packages. Discounts are available off other available membership tiers as well.
Cold storage hardware companies Ledger and Trezor always go toe-to-toe with their deals and this year is no different. Ledger is reducing their popular Ledger Nano X and S products by 40% for the day with the code BLACKFRIDAY20, while Trezor is offering 20% off with the code BLACKFRIDAY2020.
Anyone interested in doing their shopping outside of the world of crypto can earn BTC back on purchases at retailers like Best Buy, Macy’s, eBay, and so many more through the Chrome browser extension Lolli. While they’re not offering deals directly, they do partner with most online retailers that are offering such discounts. Getting some Bitcoin back for yourself makes gift-giving that much better.
Amazon.com of course is having a field day of deals, but for crypto investors to consider, there’s a discount on Saifedean Ammous’ book on the cryptocurrency, The Bitcoin Standard: The Decentralized Alternative to Central Banking.
Although it’s a morbid thought, the discount on Crypto Assets: The Innovative Investor’s Guide to Bitcoin and Beyond might make planning for what happens to your BTC after you pass away a bit easier to swallow.
No cryptocurrency Black Friday article would be complete without pointing out that even Bitcoin and altcoins like XRP and Ethereum are on sale right now compared to the prices people were paying for them just earlier this week.
You could make charts like this using the discount at TradingView.com | Source: BTCUSD on TradingView.com
Bitcoin itself is priced at around $3,000 less than the other day, while there’s a flash sale going on across the rest of the asset class.
Have we missed any important deals our readers should know about? Let us know in the comments section below.
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