Dell Computer Service has announced a new service to help users in China purchase Bitcoins, but the service is only available in China and is limited to those in the country.
The new service, called Dell.com, is an online wallet service that allows users to buy Bitcoin, Ether and Litecoin from a trusted source.
Users can set up a Dell account with a single login and can withdraw Bitcoin from it at any time, Dell said in a blog post on Tuesday.
The service has no fees or limits and is only for Chinese users, Deell said.
Users in other countries can also buy Bitcoins or Ether with cash, but Dell has no plans to accept cash in the future.
“Dell.COM is available in most major Chinese cities, with the exception of Beijing, Hong Kong, and Shenzhen,” the company said in its blog post.
Dell is the first Chinese business to use a new type of payment system that is not currently supported by Bitcoin exchanges in the United States.
The company said it was one of many companies using the new system, known as the “cryptocurrency” network, which uses cryptography to transfer money and transactions without a central authority or trust.
The crypto currency network is also an open source project, and Dell’s service is a part of it, DeLL said.
It is not the first time a Chinese company has offered a crypto currency wallet service.
The Chinese government, the country’s biggest business and financial sector, has been cracking down on foreign exchange speculation in recent months as the country struggles with a severe economic slowdown.
The government has also banned the exchange of foreign currency in the yuan.
DeLL said it will continue to expand the service, adding that more customers are coming through the site every day.
It will offer more features over time.
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Chinese businesses are generally not required to register with the country, which means they don’t have to pay taxes on profits made overseas.
In addition, China has strict laws regarding cryptocurrencies.
It allows for online trading but does not require customers to reveal their identities or disclose their financial information.
“Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are still considered risky and illegal in China, and the government continues to try to restrict access to them and their use,” said Michael Pachter, a senior researcher at the International Monetary Fund.
DeL is the latest in a string of Chinese companies that have made moves into the country and into Bitcoin.
A year ago, Chinese technology company Wistron announced a Bitcoin exchange that would allow its customers to buy and sell Bitcoins for cash.
Last year, a group of tech startups including Twitter, Instagram and Dropbox were acquired by Chinese technology giant Tencent.
In the United State, Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has partnered with local banks and credit unions to offer Bitcoin services.
In November, Amazon, the world’s largest online retailer, announced plans to offer an online Bitcoin payment system.