Browsing the "Bitt" Tag

Eastern Caribbean Central Bank to Test Blockchain Legal Tender

| Daniel Palmer

The ECCB is about to conduct a pilot for a blockchain-based central bank digital currency in preparation for a planned full rollout.

Bitt Inks Blockchain Deal With Another Caribbean Central Bank

| Nikhilesh De

Bitt is partnering with the Centrale Bank van Curaçao en Sint Maarten to look into issuing a central bank-backed digital currency for the two…

ICO Project Polymath Is Trying to Buy a Stake In a Real Stock Exchange

| Brady Dale

If one announcement summarizes the ambitions of crypto project Polymath, it might be Wednesday's acquisition of the domain

Eastern Caribbean Central Bank to Pilot Bitt Blockchain Tech

| Nikhilesh De

Bitt, a portfolio company of Overstock's Medici Ventures, is working with the monetary authority for eight small Caribbean nations.

Overstock Venture Arm Invests $3 Million in Blockchain Payments Startup

| Wolfie Zhao

Bitt, a Barbados-based blockchain payment startup, has received a $3 million investment from Overstock's Medici Ventures.

Prime Minister’s Son to Head Barbados Blockchain Startup

| Stan Higgins

Barbados-based payments startup Bitt has hired Rawdon Adams, the son of an ex-prime minister, as its new CEO.

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How a Tiny Island Could Give Cryptocurrency a Big Boost

| Noelle Acheson

CoinDesk's Noelle Acheson discusses how efforts in the Caribbean to harness public blockchain tech could lead to regional transformation.

Bitt Reveals Big Plans for Cross-Caribbean Blockchain Settlement Network

| Pete Rizzo

A new partnership could be step one in a larger bid to unite some of the Caribbean's biggest financial institutions with blockchain tech.

Overstock Invests $4 Million in Barbados Bitcoin Startup

| Stan Higgins

Caribbean digital currency exchange Bitt has received $4m in new funding from online retailer Overstock.


Bitt Launches Barbados Dollar on Blockchain, Calls for Bitcoin Unity

| Pete Rizzo

Bitt has launched a blockchain-based version of the Barbadian dollar it hopes will appeal to the country's underbanked.