Bitcoin Exchange Bitt to Bring Digital Currencies to the Caribbean

Bitcoin Exchange Bitt to Bring Digital Currencies to the Caribbean

Bitt, the Caribbean's first bitcoin exchange company, is looking to provide more efficient and cost-effective payment solutions to the region's locals. After a two-year development period, the company will officially launch its set of bitcoin solutions that includes a mobile digital wallet, international remittances services and e-commerce merchant solutions, on March 30. "We are riding a technology wave with finance that is cutting costs, making it faster, making it cheaper, making it possible for people outside of the banking systems to control their money using their mobile phones,"....


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