Squire joins forces with electronics giant Ennoconn, to manufacturer next generation mining rigs

October 11, 2018 – VANCOUVER, B.C., Squire Mining Ltd. (CSE:SQR; FRA:9SQ; OTCQB:SQRMF) (“Squire” or the “Company”). Squire is pleased to announce Ennoconn Corporation (“Ennoconn”) as our hardware manufacturer for next generation mining systems to mine Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin and other associated cryptocurrencies. Ennoconn is a leading industrial motherboard designer and total hardware system solution provider headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan and listed on the Taiwan stock exchange (TPE:6414). In 2007, Foxconn Technology Group, the largest “Electronic Manufacturing Service” company in the world, became the majority shareholder of Ennoconn, forming a strong strategic alliance in embedded system and electronic manufacturing.

On August 21, 2018, Squire announced that AraSystems Technology Corp. (“AraSystems”), a subsidiary of Squire, had entered into a provisional non-binding agreement with a major global technology assembly company. This company, now revealed to be Ennoconn, will assist in the design and assembly of our next generation mining rig at such time as a working prototype of our debut ASIC chip is completed.

On October 3, 2018 Squire announced the successful completion and testing of its FPGA working prototype microchip, with early results of the terahash-to-energy consumption ratio, indicating that the final ASIC chip and mining system has the potential to reduce operational costs by up to 40% for enterprise mining facilities.

  • This cost reduction was estimated by one leading enterprise mining group to be worth up to $60M per year in savings to their operations alone.
  • The final ASIC chip and mining system together are expected to provide up to a four times improvement in the performance of mining the blockchain, a process that enables miners to be paid, thereby increasing the return on investment, and profit, for miners. Such calculations are based on comparisons with the majority of current generation mining machines operating inside enterprise facilities around the world.

Following this success, the Company has signed a binding Memorandum of Understanding with Ennoconn and funded work to commence Phase 1 design and development of AraSystem’s next generation mining system in collaboration with its partners in Taipei, Taiwan and in Seoul, South Korea.  Definitive documentation will be entered into following delivery of final specifications and data sheets to Ennoconn later this month.

Squire’s engineers are currently working with Ennoconn to design and develop AraSystem’s mining rig which will house the debut ASIC chip currently under development by the Company’s subsidiary AraCore Technology Corp (“AraCore”), in conjunction with GaonChips and Samsung Electronics (see news releases dated September 25 and October 3, 2018).  In turn, Ennoconn will be responsible for mass assembly of the mining rig once all design, development and testing work has been completed.

A prototype of the mining rig along with full specifications of the AraCore ASIC chip are expected to be presented at the CoinGeek Conference in London on November 28 – 30, 2018, with presales expected to commence on or around that date. Significant interest has already been expressed by several of the industry’s largest enterprise mining companies, which currently host hundreds of thousands of mining machines in their facilities across the world.

“We are very pleased to be partnering with the skilled engineers at Ennoconn, one of the world’s leading electronic manufacturing companies,” stated Simon Moore, Executive Chairman and CEO of Squire. “As we launch our next generation mining rig with a suite of proprietary innovations, it’s imperative that our manufacturing partners have the talent, experience and capacity to not only deliver unique hardware, but also deliver best in class quality.  We believe Ennoconn will help ensure the production of an exceptional mining rig for the marketplace” he said. Further, Mr. Moore noted, “based on initial interest from the sector, the potential for significant sales and the subsequent revenue for Squire is on track in the coming year which would make Squire and its partners a noteworthy industry provider of crypto mining hardware and next generation innovation on a global scale.”

The Canadian Securities Exchange accepts no responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this news release.

About AraSystems Technology Corp.

AraSystems is a joint venture company established by Squire and Future Farm Developments Ltd. (“Future Farm”), a Hong Kong based technology company, to manage the development, manufacture and assembly of the Company’s next generation mining rigs. Squire owns a 75% interest in AraSystems and Future Farm owns the remaining 25% interest.

About AraCore Technology Corp.

Aracore is a joint venture company established by Squire and Peter Kim to design and develop next generation ASIC chips for mining Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin and other associated cryptocurrencies. Squire owns a 75% interest in Aracore and Peter Kim owns the remaining 25% interest.

About Squire Mining Ltd.

Squire is a Canadian based company engaged, through its subsidiaries, in the business of developing data mining infrastructure and system technology to support global blockchain applications in the mining space including applicable specific integrated circuit (ASIC) chips and next generation mining rigs to mine Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin and other associated cryptocurrencies.

For further information contact:

Simon Moore,
Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Telephone: (604) 929 – 0900

CAUTIONARY STATEMENT REGARDING FORWARD-LOOKING INFORMATION: This news release includes “forward-looking information” under applicable Canadian securities legislation. Forward-looking information and statements include, but are not limited to, statements regarding the projected terahash to energy consumption ratio of the Company’s initial ASIC chip and mining system for Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin and other associated cryptocurrencies, the timing for development and completion thereof, the impact of such chip and system on the profitability of end user mining operations and the potential sales volume and revenue generating potential thereof.  Forward-looking information is necessarily based upon a number of estimates and assumptions that, while considered reasonable, are subject to known and unknown risks, uncertainties, and other factors which may cause the actual results and future events to differ materially from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking information.  Such factors include, but are not limited to: general business, economic, competitive, political and social uncertainties, uncertain and volatile equity and capital markets, lack of available capital, risks related to chip and rig design, development and manufacturing (including design flaws, software/programming errors, hardware/software integration issues, manufacturing delays, inability to source components on a timely basis or at all, etc), technological change, obsolescence and the marketability of any chips or rigs developed by the Company. See also the Company’s Form 2A Listing Statement dated July 31, 2018 (the “Listing Statement”) filed with the CSE and SEDAR for a more detailed discussion of risk factors facing the Company and its development and manufacture of ASIC chips and mining rigs. There are no assurances that the Company will successfully design and develop a commercially viable ASIC chip or mining rig or that such chip and rig will provide the estimated terahash to energy consumption ratio or improvement over currently available systems as contemplated.  Furthermore, there is no guarantee that the Company will successfully negotiate and enter into a formal design and assembly agreement for its mining rigs with Ennoconn on terms presently contemplated or at all. Actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such forward looking information. Accordingly, readers should not place undue reliance on forward-looking information. All forward looking information in this news release is made as of the date hereof and qualified by these cautionary statements and those in our continuous disclosure filings available on SEDAR at www.sedar.com including the Listing Statement. The Company disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise such forward-looking information, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as required by law.

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SVPool mines first Bitcoin BCH block

This week marks a milestone for public Bitcoin Cash (BCH) mining pool SVPool, which officially mined its first Bitcoin BCH block on Wednesday.

At 2:12 p.m. UTC on Oct. 10, a 7.15MB block was mined at block height 55185, which accounts for 25 transactions. Data available on Coin Dance and Bitfire have yet to officially identify SVPool as the miner behind the transaction, but the Coinbase pay-to address is that of SVPool.com.

SVPool mines first Bitcoin BCH block

A personal initiative of nChain Chief Scientist Dr. Craig Wright, SVPool is currently on a by-invitation only beta launch until late October. After that, SVPool will open up to the public. You can still sign up here for the mining pool.

At press time, hundreds of mining registrants around the world have already signed up for SVPool—a huge jump from the 233 miners that pre-registered in September. Majority of these miners are from the United States, China, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and India. The mining pool also has miners from Spain, South Africa, Brazil, Germany, South Korea, Japan, Malaysia, Sweden, Venezuela, Russia, Switzerland, and the Netherlands, among others.

SVPool offers an initial Pay-per-last-N-Shares (PPLNS), but it is already working towards adding more features and Pay-per-share plus (PPS+) options by November.

SVPool is managed by CoinGeek Mining, and will help and remunerate miners—large or small—to ensure BCH remains a truly trustless and decentralized system. The public mining pool stands in solidarity with CoinGeek in the belief that BCH is the only true Bitcoin that fulfills that Satoshi Vision.

Incidentally, miners are also invited to the CoinGeek Week Miners Day, taking place on 28 November 2018 as part of the CoinGeek Week Conference in London, where the SVPool and CoinGeek team will be on-hand to discuss how you can help Bitcoin BCH realize its full potential. Secure your seat via Eventbrite for the three-day conference that’s shaping up to be the most important Bitcoin BCH conference this fall.

Note: Tokens on the Bitcoin Core (segwit) Chain are Referred to as BTC coins. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is today the only Bitcoin implementation that follows Satoshi Nakamoto’s original whitepaper for Peer to Peer Electronic Cash. Bitcoin BCH is the only major public blockchain that maintains the original vision for Bitcoin as fast, frictionless, electronic cash.

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Crypto exchange Binance delists 4 altcoins

In an effort to protect its users, cryptocurrency exchange Binance announced that it would delisting four cryptocurrency tokens from its platform, effective Oct. 12.

On its website, Binance said it has decided to delist Bytecoin (BCN), ChatCoin (CHAT), Iconomi (ICN), and Triggers (TRIG). Though the altcoins will be officially delisted on Friday at 10 a.m. UTC, customers still have until Nov. 12 to withdraw these coins and tokens from the crypto exchange.

According to Binance, the four coins failed to “maintain a high standard of quality.” The crypto exchange took into consideration several factors, which resulted in the removal of the digital assets. These include the team’s commitment to the project, quality and level of development activity, network or smart contract stability, level of public communication and activity, responsiveness to Binance’s periodic due diligence, evidence of unethical or fraudulent conduct, and contribution to a healthy and sustainable crypto ecosystem.

“Going forward, we remain committed to protecting our users and all Binance stakeholders and will continue to perform periodic reviews of all listed coins and tokens,” the crypto exchange stated.

Since the announcement, the prices of the currencies have dropped drastically. BCN, in particular, saw its prices drop by over 15%.

The news comes on the heels of Binance’s announcement that it would be donating all the fees it collects from listing new cryptocurrencies to charities. The new policy is expected to take effect immediately, and the crypto exchange hopes the donation will be used for “greater good.”

Binance said it “will continue to use the same high standard for the listing review process,” noting that “a large donation does not guarantee or in any way influence the outcome of our listing review process.” The new policy applies to any new applications, as well as those that have already been submitting and which are waiting for approval.

Note: Tokens on the Bitcoin Core (segwit) Chain are Referred to as BTC coins. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is today the only Bitcoin implementation that follows Satoshi Nakamoto’s original whitepaper for Peer to Peer Electronic Cash. Bitcoin BCH is the only major public blockchain that maintains the original vision for Bitcoin as fast, frictionless, electronic cash.

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First central bank-backed crypto exchange in Persian Gulf to launch in 2019

Middle East is about to get its first central bank-licensed cryptocurrency exchange, courtesy of Rain Financial. After spending a year in the Bahrain regulatory sandbox, where projects are monitored before they receive licenses, Rain is ready to launch in early 2019.

Rain Financial has already opened its public waiting list, CoinDesk reported. The company aims to offer an institutional platform similar to Coinbase Pro as well as a brokerage for retail crypto investors. The exchange was co-founded by Abdullah Almoaiqel, a blockchain consultant from Saudi, and Yehia Badawy, an Egyptian investor, along with their business partners Joseph Dallago and AJ Nelson.

Rain Financial will be the first cryptocurrency exchange of its kind in the Persian Gulf. The crypto market is not very popular in the region and only a few residents participate officially. Despite Dubai being a pioneer in blockchain-based smart city applications, there’s still a shadow of doubt hanging over cryptocurrency. However, Badawy noted that a lot of crypto investors in the region are waiting for the right regulations and partners to be put in place before investing. He told the crypto news outlet,

“We are here to fill this demand, with institutional-grade infrastructure.”

According to the Rain co-founder, the crypto exchange has spent months educating regulators about the standards it aims to follow such as the know-your-customer (KYC) and anti-money-laundering (AML) standards applied by Western exchanges. The sandbox environment also allowed Rain to explain to the Central Bank of Bahrain how it would operate and how it aims to limit damages should something go wrong. Also, the exchange has teamed up with several banks, ensuring that it can support all local Gulf currencies.

Crypto experts believe that the chances of Rain’s platform succeeding are quite high. Khalid Saad, CEO of Bahrain Fintech Bay, told CoinDesk that Rain has a potential of becoming the first officially regulated crypto exchange in the region, noting that the startup is “the most advanced and the closest to graduating” from the regulatory sandbox.

Note: Tokens on the Bitcoin Core (segwit) Chain are Referred to as BTC coins. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is today the only Bitcoin implementation that follows Satoshi Nakamoto’s original whitepaper for Peer to Peer Electronic Cash. Bitcoin BCH is the only major public blockchain that maintains the original vision for Bitcoin as fast, frictionless, electronic cash.

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South Korea’s Cashierest hit with lawsuit over price pumping schemes

A cryptocurrency exchange in South Korea has been sued over its alleged price-pumping schemes that involves token issuance. According to ZDnet Korea, Aone, a South Korean law firm, filed a complaint against Cashierest operator Newlink Co. Ltd., claiming that the exchange’s token violated the capital markets laws in the country.

The lawsuit, filed last Oct. 5, alleged that Cashierest engaged in “criminal pumping, the so-called ‘cage pumping,’ which induces price increases while restricting the withdrawa” of its dividend coin called CAP,” according to the news outlet. Aside from paying dividends, CAP also offers rebates on transaction fees.

Aone claimed the crypto exchange was involved in two illegal acts: the first was “violation of the securities issuance procedure,” under Article 119 of South Korea’s Capital Markets Act. The second was violation Article 178, which prohibits unfair trading.

The token in question was first issued in August. CAP has three features—dividents, referral mining, and trade mining. Its whitepaper claimed that CAP investors “can receive 100% of profits of Cashierest’s exchange charges,” while charges issued with each currency (KRW, BTC, ETH, and TUSD) will be 100% refunded in applicable currency.

On its website, Cashierest explained that CAP “pays the first dividend in KRW,” and that 100% of Cashierest transaction fee revenue” will be paid “in proportion to the customer’s CAP reserves by two snapshots a month.”

Aone claimed these, along with the other features listed on the Cashierest website, violate South Korean laws.

It seems Cashierest is not the only exchange involved in these illegal activities. According to Money Today, the law firm also plans to extend the lawsuit to include other exchanges such as Coinzest, Bithumb, and Coinbit.

Early this year, Cashierest made headlines after it was revealed that its users were allowed to withdraw up to five times their coin holdings due to a system glitch.

Note: Tokens on the Bitcoin Core (segwit) Chain are Referred to as BTC coins. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is today the only Bitcoin implementation that follows Satoshi Nakamoto’s original whitepaper for Peer to Peer Electronic Cash. Bitcoin BCH is the only major public blockchain that maintains the original vision for Bitcoin as fast, frictionless, electronic cash.

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QuadrigaCX sees $28M frozen as Canada’s ‘banking cartel’ steps up crypto attacks

The mainstream financial world has been outwardly hostile towards cryptocurrencies for some time. Banks in Canada have exemplified this attitude in recent months, withdrawing essential banking services from cryptocurrency businesses while continuing to ratchet up their anti-crypto rhetoric.

Some analysts say this is in response to the direct threat posed to banks and traditional fiat banking systems by cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, which offer fast international payments, low transaction fees and absolute security without the need for banks or other centralised institutions.

Now, in the latest example of banks taking exception to promising crypto businesses, press reports have revealed that Vancouver-based QuadrigaCX has been facing a freeze on assets worth as much as $28 million.

According to The Globe and Mail, the firm has been unable to access its account funds since January of this year. With the backing of local courts, the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) froze a number of accounts connected to the firm, on allegations that it was unable to determine who legally owned the funds.

Subsequently, the bank has asked to court to rule on whether the bank can seize the funds to determine whether they belong to Quadriga, its affected customers, or the firm’s payment processor.

In response to the attacks on their assets, Quadriga has responded robustly, accusing the bank of an orchestrated attempt to squeeze their business for its affiliations with the cryptocurrency sector.

According to legal representatives for the exchange, the implication that Quadriga was involved in unsavoury businesses practices is untrue and “highly offensive.”

“This court should not succumb to the bank’s unsubstantiated and highly offensive speculation that there must be shady dealings afoot because Quadriga’s business is a trading platform for individuals trading in cryptocurrencies.”

In an email sent to customers impacted by the freeze, Quadriga said a “Canadian banking cartel” was intentionally making life difficult for them, and other crypto businesses, to encourage adoption in Canada.

This incident is but the latest in a series of similar swipes at the cryptocurrency sector from banks, both in Canada and further afield.

However, with Quadriga rival Coinsquare recently establishing a formal banking relationship with one of the country’s biggest banks, there remains some optimism that this attitude might be beginning to change, in favour of supporting the development of the nascent crypto sector there.

Note: Tokens on the Bitcoin Core (segwit) Chain are Referred to as BTC coins. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is today the only Bitcoin implementation that follows Satoshi Nakamoto’s original whitepaper for Peer to Peer Electronic Cash. Bitcoin BCH is the only major public blockchain that maintains the original vision for Bitcoin as fast, frictionless, electronic cash.

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Electron Cash wallet open to crowdfunding

The popular Bitcoin BCH wallet Electron Cash has added a unique feature. The wallet’s lead developer, Jonald Fyookball, has announced that Electron Cash now includes a crowdfunding module that will give users the ability to raise funds using a simple flag, Sighash.

Electron Cash has added a slew of features recently. The additions have been made possible, in part, by the integration of the Simple Ledger Protocol (SLP), which allows users to create custom tokens on the Bitcoin BCH blockchain. The new feature was added following the successful integration of the CashShuffle plug-in, which allows users to obfuscate transactions with those of other users in an attempt to enhance privacy.

In a post on Yours.org this past Monday, Fyookball explained, “[Bitcoin BCH] gives you the ability to do a crowdfunding type transaction through the All/Anyone-Can-Pay Sighash flag. This means a bunch of different people can sign only their own input but for the same transaction output — For example, let’s say I want to fund raise 100 BCH for a project. Individuals can donate 1 BCH, 2 BCH, 0.4 BCH, whatever they wish. None of the inputs will be valid unless the entire 100 BCH is raised.”

The developer indicated that the function is available through the Sighash-All flag framework. He added that users can donate varying amounts of Bitcoin BCH, but added that none of the transactions is validated on the blockchain’s mainnet until the goal of the fundraising activity is reached.

The new module is similar to that of Lighthouse.Cash; however, Electron Cash’s integration will provide increased value as it will be available to all of the wallet’s users. He added that the service is still in a development phase and won’t be released until developers sign off on the final product.

Fyookball further indicated, “So far the wallet has a new context menu from the UTXO (Coins) tab where you can select a coin to create an Anyone-Can-Pay input from — As well as a tool to create a fully assembled transaction from the inputs.”

Developments such as these are precisely why Bitcoin BCH is gaining favor. There are constantly being introduced new use cases that show the flexibility and strength of the network and the dedication the community has to creating a sustainable and stable blockchain that has endless real-world possibilities.

Note: Tokens on the Bitcoin Core (segwit) Chain are Referred to as BTC coins. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is today the only Bitcoin implementation that follows Satoshi Nakamoto’s original whitepaper for Peer to Peer Electronic Cash. Bitcoin BCH is the only major public blockchain that maintains the original vision for Bitcoin as fast, frictionless, electronic cash.

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Coinfloor, UK’s first crypto exchange, lays off staff: report

Coinfloor, the UK’s oldest cryptocurrency exchange, is to lay off staff following the announcement of a slew of redundancies at the firm this week, Financial News reported.

Founded in 2013, Coinfloor is considered to be the first cryptocurrency exchange to setup in the UK. Focused on institutional and larger investors, the platform currently enjoys daily trading volumes in the region of $1 million.

However, according to informed sources, the exchange is now turning to significant redundancies amongst its 40 strong team, as part of a wider essential restructuring of their business.

Coinfloor CEO Obi Nwosu was quoted by the news outlet as saying the move has been prompted by changes in trading volumes at the exchange over recent months. He confirmed to Financial News, “Coinfloor is currently undergoing a business restructure to focus on our competitive advantages in the marketplace and to best serve our clients. As part of this restructure, we are making some staff changes and redundancies.”

The news comes at a time of increasing difficulties for some notable cryptocurrency exchanges, following the bear market conditions that have prevailed through much of 2018 so far.

In the last few weeks, similar rumours had emerged from Kraken, suggesting they too were laying off staff, with their offices in Halifax, Canada, earmarked for closure.

However, the firm subsequently denied this was the case, issuing an unequivocal statement that they “can confirm that we are not shutting down any operations in any specific place.”

Much of the difficulties can be attributed to the plummeting price of BTC, dramatically down on its highs of nearly $20,000 in late 2017. According to a growing number of crypto analysts, it looks unlikely BTC will even nearly recover this lost ground any time soon, if ever.

According to Nwosu, Coinfloor has handled as much as $1 billion in BTC transactions over the last 12 months—perhaps indicative of the current extent of their apparent problems.

While it remains to be seen whether the rumours of job losses are confirmed, the news is further confirmation of the dwindling relevance of the old BTC coin in today’s cryptocurrency ecosystem.

Note: Tokens on the Bitcoin Core (segwit) Chain are Referred to as BTC coins. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is today the only Bitcoin implementation that follows Satoshi Nakamoto’s original whitepaper for Peer to Peer Electronic Cash. Bitcoin BCH is the only major public blockchain that maintains the original vision for Bitcoin as fast, frictionless, electronic cash.

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FINMA issues landmark Swiss license for crypto asset management

Switzerland’s financial services regulator has issued its first license for cryptocurrency asset management, after greenlighting an application from a domestic cryptocurrency investment fund.

The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority granted licensing approval to Crypto Fund, an investment fund based in Zug, Swissinfo reported. Originally launched in 2017, the fund becomes the first in Switzerland to receive recognition under the new licensing regime.

The move enables crypto fund to offer a wider range of products, which it is expected could help encourage institutional investors into the space. And with the licensing system now officially up and running, the issue confirms Switzerland’s bid to become a ‘Crypto Nation’—a stated aim of the Swiss market amidst growing competition from rival jurisdictions.

Jan Brzezek, CEO of Crypto Fund’s parent company Crypto Finance, welcomed the license, which is seen as a significant win for the company. Brzezek was quoted by the Swiss news outlet saying, “The importance of crypto assets is growing and our aim is to accelerate maturity in these markets. Regulatory recognition remains highly sought after by participants, as seen in recent press and company statements.”

According to local media reports, the success of Crypto Fund could be followed by several others, with a number of firms thought to be progressing applications for the same license. These include applications to offer banking services to the crypto sector, which would solve the current lack of banking provision, and dismantle a considerable barrier to expansion of Zug’s ‘Crypto Valley.’

With the current regulatory setup especially appealing to corporate operators and institutional investors in the sector, the region is already regarded as one of the foremost jurisdictions for blockchain and crypto startups.

The announcement follows on from similar approvals given to a blockchain firm under anti-money laundering laws, by the Financial Services Standards Association, which itself is authorized by FINMA to oversee anti-money laundering compliance.

Zug has also been participating in a number of blockchain trials, including a model for handling municipal votes through a distributed ledger platform.

With the first new license of its kind issued to Crypto Fund, it remains to be seen how many more companies will follow suit, as Switzerland continues to establish its reputation as the cryptocurrency jurisdiction of choice for serious cryptocurrency businesses.

Note: Tokens on the Bitcoin Core (segwit) Chain are Referred to as BTC coins. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is today the only Bitcoin implementation that follows Satoshi Nakamoto’s original whitepaper for Peer to Peer Electronic Cash. Bitcoin BCH is the only major public blockchain that maintains the original vision for Bitcoin as fast, frictionless, electronic cash.

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Use Bitcoin BCH to buy automotive parts at Newparts

Newparts, an online automotive parts store, has extended its payment platform to accept cryptocurrency payments. On October 8, the company announced that it has started supporting Bitcoin Cash (BCH) payments as part of its bid to open its store “to customers around the world.”

Dano Ramovich, CEO of Newparts, accepting cryptocurrencies will help expand their operation to international markets. To enable crypto payments, the company has partnered up with e-commerce platform Shopping Cart Elite.

With the new payment system, Newparts hopes to have faster and affordable transactions, which, in turn, will attract new clients to its operations. Newparts has joined a list of many companies who have opened up their payment systems to allow cryptocurrency payments, especially Bitcoin BCH. Other cryptos accepted on the platform include BTC, BTC Gold, XRP, ETH, LTC and Zcoin.

Allowing crypto payments will also help Newparts customers save money. According to the auto parts retailer, customers will now pay small fees from each transaction, making it cheaper to buy any auto parts they need. Cryptocurrency holders around the globe now have an opportunity to access a wide range of auto parts.

In the last five years, cryptocurrencies have become the alternative money to make any transaction. People prefer using cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin BCH due to their cost-effectiveness, security, accessibility, and decentralized nature.

Bitcoin cash, in particular, has been enjoying an increase in popularity and adoption since it was created—essentially a rebirth of Bitcoin on the original chain—in 2017. Many companies have added support for payments in Bitcoin Cash compared to other cryptocurrencies. This is because the cryptocurrency offers reliable, faster and cheap transactions compared to traditional means of sending money. Data available on Coinline, a Bitcoin Cash merchant directory, showed that there are more than 210 points throughout the world are accepting Bitcoin BCH payments, with Australia having the highest concentration of merchants accepting bitcoin cash in the world.

Note: Tokens on the Bitcoin Core (segwit) Chain are Referred to as BTC coins. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is today the only Bitcoin implementation that follows Satoshi Nakamoto’s original whitepaper for Peer to Peer Electronic Cash. Bitcoin BCH is the only major public blockchain that maintains the original vision for Bitcoin as fast, frictionless, electronic cash.

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