Tag: BitBay

BitBay Migrates to Malta to Continue Offering Cryptocurrency Exchange Services

Various cryptocurrency companies have made the move to Europe in the past few months. This is not entirely surprising, as Europe has a relatively open mind when it comes to cryptocurrencies and blockchains. BitBay, the Polish exchange, is now moving to Malta. Another Company Moves to Malta It has become apparent that Malta is the go-to place to set up a cryptocurrency company office. Various firms have made the move in the past …
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What Is BitBay?

BitBay is one of those projects which may transform the way we think about free markets. With decentralized marketplaces becoming more popular, it is only normal there will be some steep competition in this area. BitBay is similar to OpenBazaar in some ways, although there are some interesting aspects to it which make it stand out. What is BitBay Exactly? BitBay is a project dedicated to redefining global trade as …
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BitBay to Release New Client Version with “Exotic Spend” Features

BitBay, the cryptocurrency with the world’s first DECENTRALIZED MARKET, is going to release its new CLIENT VERSION on NOVEMBER 1ST. This milestone marks the BitBay Client as the first wallet in the world to feature advanced ‘Exotic Spend’ options based on incorporating Bitcoin developer, Peter Todd’s, ‘checklocktimeverify’ protocol built into the Client’s UI. The BitBay Halo Client is built upon a trustless smart contracting platform, and the addition of these …
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BitBay User Sells 5 Acres of Land Using Smart Contracts

Smart contracts have become incredibly popular over the past year or two. While most people associate these with Ethereum, other platforms and currencies utilize similar technology. One individual recently used BitBay’s trustless smart contracts to sell a few acres of land. It was a very risky venture, but things turned out just fine. Smart Contracts Remain a Risky Endeavor Any project or currency claiming to have “trustless” smart contracts will be scrutinized sooner or later. Most of …
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