PR: Digital Ticks Just Launched First Look of Their Mobile App

Digital Ticks Launches Mobile App

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Digital Ticks, the hot, new ICO in town is out with their First Look of Mobile app of their exchange well ahead of their schedule!

This is very exciting news as this is no ordinary crypto exchange. Digital Ticks is the first ever Commodity Crypto exchange. Users will be able to trade all the different types of crypto assets as well as commodity to crypto assets.

Why Digital Ticks?
The platform is the first ever commodity to crypto exchange to be built by the traders for the traders. With a simple to use User interface, it is designed to be used by both the novice as well as experienced traders.

The team believes in helping the investors make their decisions based on the work done and not based on plain statements.

The CCO of Digital Ticks, Mayur Poddar quoted saying
“We want people to see the results and our progress first-hand, and we want to enable them to make an investment choice based on statistics rather than statements.” This is again reassuring each and every participant of the ICO that their team is dedicated and will get the job done.

After the success and the huge participation received during the pre-sale whole team was extremely geared up to deliver a quality product ahead of the timeline.

“The pre-sale contributions and the overwhelming response of the contributors are both exciting and ensuring that Digital Ticks is on the right path in the journey to make every commodity tradable using crypto. And we believe that we are stepping into the future of cryptocurrency with a new dream and our footsteps would be followed by all others who share the same dream.”
– Quoted by CEO of Digital Ticks- Jitu Bajaj.

Company’s decision to launch First look of Mobile App Interface at the same time as its Public token sale starts in fact prior to it is in contrast to most other companies which only have a white paper and website at the time of their public sale. Fuelled by the huge success of the pre-sale, the team went on to deliver Apps for both Android and IOS platform along with multiple Blockchain smart contracts. This gives public token sale participants confidence in the ability of the team behind the project.

Closing Thoughts
With their Public token sale started on 15th April 2018, the team has worked day and night and have already released their Mobile App’s First Look well before their planned release date. At this current pace, they will be able to get the entire platform up and running well before the deadline and might just end up being one of the greatest ICO’s.

To be a part of this revolution and experience it, you can download App through google play store for Android and Apple App Store for IOS version.

Download Digital Ticks – First Ever Commodity Crypto Currency Exchange Mobile App
For Android :- click here
For IOS :- click here
Crypto enthusiasts can participate in DTX public token sale by sending Bitcoin / Ethereum / Bank Wire Transfer directly to their Dashboard of Digital Ticks by just signing up on https://www.digitalticks.com

Website: https://www.digitalticks.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DigitalTicksExchange
Telegram: https://t.me/digitalticksexchange
Twitter: https://twitter.com/DigitalTicks

Contact Email Address
marketing@digitalticks.com
Supporting Link
https://www.digitalticks.com/

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Stripe is Withdrawing Support for Bitcoin Payments

Stripe is Withdrawing Support for Bitcoin Payments

Payment processor Stripe is halting bitcoin support. Declaring that “there are fewer and fewer use cases for which accepting or paying with Bitcoin makes sense,” the online payments specialist is calling it a day on cryptocurrency for the time being. Over the past month, a handful of other companies have also rolled back bitcoin support, usually citing high fees which make micropayments impractical.

Also read: New Research: 10% of Funds Raised in ICOs Lost or Stolen

Bitcoin Gets the Boot

Stripe is a $9 billion company run by Irish siblings and youthful entrepreneurs Patrick and John Collison. Stripe had been very receptive to cryptocurrency, and were it not for rising transaction fees, bitcoin would still be very much part of its plans. In a blog post published on Tuesday, project manager Tom Karlo explained the reasons for the volte-face:

Our hope was that Bitcoin could become a universal, decentralized substrate for online transactions and help our customers enable buyers in places that had less credit card penetration or use cases where credit card fees were prohibitive. Over the past year or two, as block size limits have been reached, Bitcoin has evolved to become better-suited to being an asset than being a means of exchange.

Karlo points to bitcoin’s current volatility, noting that by the time a transaction has been confirmed, BTC’s USD value has already changed, often discernibly. This is coupled with the fact that “For a regular bitcoin transaction, a fee of tens of U.S. dollars is common, making bitcoin transactions about as expensive as bank wires.”

Stripe is Withdrawing Support for Bitcoin PaymentsBack in 2014, Stripe had written that “Bitcoin has huge potential as a way to transport value. It’s surprisingly difficult to move money today, and the experience of paying for something online is just about the only part of the internet that hasn’t changed dramatically in the past twenty years….we can already start to see the shape of the potential impact of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. If we get things right, life is going to be much better for billions of people.”

Stripe is Withdrawing Support for Bitcoin PaymentsIn halting bitcoin payments, Stripe follows on the heels of Microsoft, which halted and then restored BTC acceptance, and online gaming store Valve. Despite having to bid goodbye to bitcoin for the time being, the Stripe team remains bullish about cryptocurrencies. Tuesday’s blog post expresses enthusiasm for the Lightning Network, stellar, litecoin, bitcoin cash, ethereum, and omisego.

It ends: “We will continue to pay close attention to the ecosystem and to look for opportunities to help our customers by adding support for cryptocurrencies and new distributed protocols in the future.”

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