Black Friday does not exclude the cryptocurrency sector either, with discounts, offers and promotions on accessories and services.
The Black Friday of Tradingview
On the occasion of Black Friday, Tradingview, the website dedicated to charts and tables of the financial and crypto markets, offers a special promo with discounts up to 60%.
Specifically, these are the offers:
- Pro Plan, -40%, $108 instead of $179.4 for 13 months;
- Pro+ Plan, -50%, $179 instead of $359.4 for 13 months;
- Premium Plan -60%, $288 instead of $719.4 for 13 months.
Unlike the basic plan, which is free of charge, paid plans remove advertising. Moreover, the higher the cost of the subscription, the more features will be available.
The difference between the plans and the features can be found on the website.
The offer is valid until Saturday, November 28th.
Ledger, the hardware wallet company, offers a 40% discount on its products, using the BlackFriday20 code. The promo is valid from 23rd to 30th November.
The purchase process is very simple: just select the hardware wallet model, between Ledger Nano S (59 euro) and Ledger Nano X (119 euro), add them to the cart and before purchasing, in the space provided, insert the BlackFriday20 code to get 40% discount. This means that the Ledger Nano X will cost 71,39 euro, while the Ledger Nano S will cost 45,16 euro (but it will involve shipping costs).
Bitcoin Black Friday
For those looking for various discounts, there is a very interesting website called BitcoinBlackFriday. Despite the name, the website actually works as an aggregator of promotions in the cryptocurrency sector, throughout the whole year. Divided by categories, it allows finding offers in areas such as products, hardware, media, and even art and exchange.
For example, BitcoinBlackFriday alerts that Coinmama is giving a 20% discount on commission costs, precisely on the occasion of BlackFriday. By clicking you are redirected directly to the exchange.
In short, a visit to this website is particularly useful for lovers of the sector.
What is Black Friday
But what is Black Friday? It is a tradition that comes from the United States: it is the day after Thanksgiving, which is usually the fourth Thursday in November. Black Friday is a day of discounts that inaugurates Christmas shopping.
There are various theories as to why the colour black:
- Black was the colour in which shopkeepers recorded their profits on their books, and after a day’s sales the books were clearly marked with the colour black (while red indicated losses);
- Black would represent the traffic caused by the congestion of public and private transport in the shopping streets.
In any case, this tradition has evolved over the years. Besides being adopted all over the world, it has also been extended. Nowadays it is known as “Black Friday week“. It now continues practically until the following Monday, the so-called “Cyber Monday“, a day of discounts dedicated to the tech sector.
However, it is important to be aware not to be fooled by excessive discounts. Days like Black Friday and Cyber Monday are filled with scams. So it’s always wise to be careful and not to get carried away by the euphoria of unusually low prices.