BitBoost, based in Zug, Switzerland, is a blockchain company with a clear purpose in mind: to redefine e-commerce. To that end, they are focused on delivering the next generation of blockchain-based e-commerce solutions. After more than two years of work, the BitBoost team is proud to announce the release of their first app, The Block. Furthermore, the company is also preparing the token generating event of BBT, the BitBoost token, to be used in the app.
The Block is a marketplace built over the Ethereum blockchain, where people can freely trade using smart contracts. At his moment, a beta version is available for private testing, released to a few dozen selected users. Anyone can register for the public beta release, happening at the end of September. Feedback is encouraged to help BitBoost improve their software before final deployment on the Ethereum blockchain later this year.
For this purpose, BitBoost is inviting everybody to register as beta testers. The Block is available for macOS, Windows, and Linux, and will be downloaded at BitBoost´s website. Users will also find a Beta Guide at BitBoost´s YouTube channel, where they will learn how to install, run the app on their computers, and use main features. Testers will have access to the following features: login and logout, item listing and purchasing with ether and BitBoost tokens (BBT), searching, interface customization, bookmarking, escrowing, user rating, and messaging. The app is fully encrypted, and will be available in 20 languages.
BitBoost is also planning a token sale for The Block. The pre-sale will start on September 18th, and main sale on October 10th. BitBoost’s approach to the token sale is very clear. As stated by the CEO, Paul Mahone: “we did not want to ask people to buy a token, and
For further info, BitBoost is releasing weekly updates to its blog and social networks. Those subscribing to the mailing list will receive all related info about The Block and the upcoming token sale.
About BitBoost: BitBoost is a startup focused on the development of new blockchain apps for e-commerce. Incorporated in Zug, its dev team has been working in blockchain since 2014, when they first developed NXT FreeMarket, a marketplace on the NXT blockchain. Since 2015 they have been building this marketplace on the Ethereum network, a more suitable protocol due to smart contracts.