Caribbean Bitcoin Exchange Launches Following $1.5 Million Raise

Caribbean Bitcoin Exchange Launches Following $1.5 Million Raise

Caribbean digital currency exchange Bitt has launched today, having secured $1.5m seed funding from local VC group Avatar Capital. The exchange, based in Barbados, is powered by AlphaPoint, an exchange technology platform provider that also offers its solutions to Bitfinex and Cointrader. Also a remittance channel and merchant processing gateway, Bitt claims to have implemented


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