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Bityard Review: The simplest crypto exchange for novices



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The cryptocurrency industry continues to grow, and as the adoption pushes forward, there are more and more newcomers who are interested in joining it. However, there is also a problem with their lack of experience, as the majority of existing exchanges tend to target experienced traders.

Professional traders and institutions usually work with greater amounts of money, which is attractive to exchanges, Of course, there is nothing wrong with that, but it does leave a void in the crypto industry — a lack of novice-friendly exchanges for beginners.

This is where Bityard comes in.

What Is Bityard?

Bityard is a cryptocurrency exchange headquartered in Singapore. It is a novice-friendly platform that aims to bring the ultimate simplified trading experience to its customers.

It does this by adhering to the product concept of ‘Complex Contracts Simple Trade.’ 

The company is taking this approach exactly due to the previously mentioned issues. Its main competitors — exchanges like BitMEX, Deribit, or Bybit —tend to focus on professionalism and complexity. As such, they tend to attract users who seek out advanced trading capabilities, tools, and alike.

Bityard, on the other hand, aims to offer its own services to newcomers to the crypto industry — those who lack experience in their first days within the crypto industry and are simply looking for a simple experience to build a foundation of their trading activity.

A simple interface for simple trading

Bityard understands that, for a newcomer to the crypto industry, an overly complicated UI (User Interface) can be rather confusing. More than that, it can be intimidating. This has been a reason why many new traders have given up on attempting to delve deeper into the crypto industry.

Not only are there too many options and distracting features for the user to feel comfortable on major platforms, but there are also way too many options that novices do not even need during the initial period.

However, thanks to Bityard, it doesn’t have to be like that anymore. Now, anyone can come to the exchange and quickly and easily navigate it and use it on their first day in the crypto world. This is the best currently available way for users to get started with contract transactions.

Is Bityard regulated?

Yes, Bityard is fully regulated and licensed under the Singapore’s ACRA, as well as the USA’s MSB from Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, which falls under the US Department of Treasury. In addition, the exchange is also regulatory compliant with Estonia’s MTR and Australian AUSTRAC. 

More than that, Bityard even has its own brand ambassador, a Thai boxing champion, Buakaw Banchamek. This is another noteworthy advantage that the exchange has, as almost none of its competitors is willing to spend money on asking trusted individuals to be their brand ambassadors. 

Buakaw and Bityard are completely open and transparent about their relationship, as can be seen on the boxing star’s Facebook account. 

What does Bityard actually offer?

When it comes to using the platform and all of its advantages, the first one that we should mention is Bityard’s native cryptocurrency, BYD. 

BYD is a platform coin issued by Bityard itself, and it has a total supply of 210 million units. This is a token that can be mined, and it plays an important role in the project’s ecosystem. 

The company’s goal is to get it listed on all mainstream exchanges in due time, and as such, it will have similar potential to that of Binance’s Binance Coin (BNB).

Other than BYD, Bityard also supports a number of digital currencies, all of which are well-known projects. Those include Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), XRP, Tether (USDT), TRON (TRX), Huobi Token (HT), and EOS.

While all of these cryptocurrencies can be deposited directly, users should not worry if they don’t already own them, as they can buy them on the exchange directly. 

BitYard allows fiat-to-crypto exchange via its OTC (Over The Counter) service, which allows traders to purchase the stablecoin Tether (USDT), and at low trading fees, at that. So, you can purchase cryptocurrencies with cash, and you get access to as many as 7 different mainstream cryptos, which is more than what any other mainstream contract exchange is currently offering.

For now, the exchange is using Tether as its base currency. However, its BYD coin also has its uses, as it can serve to deliver discounts on trading fees or get excess income from listing on new exchanges.

What else should you know about BitYard?

When it comes to fees and limitations on the exchange, there are indeed some worth mentioning in our Bityard review. For example, there is the already mentioned transaction fee of 0.05% of the transaction value. In addition, there is a 2 USDT charge for withdrawals during the current promotion period, but since Tether (USDT) is equal to the price of USD, that only means that the fee sits at $2.

Another thing that you should know is that BitYard offers trading with leverage, with the leverage going from 10x to 100x. But, no matter how much you earn, there is a max withdrawal limit which sits at 100,000 USDT (about $100,000). 

Fortunately, you can trade and withdraw your funds without having to go through the KYC procedure, which is also great news, as such procedures can last a long time.

Lastly in our Bityard review, if you have any issues or questions, you can always contact BitYard’s customer support. To learn more, visit Bityard today!

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The Pros And Cons Of Cryptocurrency




Many facets of our lives are now digitized––money is no exception. 

Have you noticed that paper money is on its way to being obsolete because so many people receive direct deposit and love the simplicity of their debit card? 

Not to mention, cash carries germs, as we’ve heard lots about during the pandemic. Many businesses have turned to card only options in light of this. 

But what about cryptocurrency?

You probably heard everyone raving about it a few years ago, but the excitement’s calmed down quite a bit. That doesn’t mean that it’s not a viable option you should keep in mind. 

What’s Cryptocurrency? 

Let’s start with the basic definition of cryptocurrency so we’re all on the same page. Cryptocurrency utilizes cryptographic methods and complex coding systems to encrypt sensitive information during data transfers. This protects your funds and personal information on a whole different level. 

These transactions are virtually impenetrable due to the combination of mathematical and technological protocols created and put in place. This aspect of cryptocurrency is what makes it safer. Also, the details of transactions are kept private. No one can see who sent what, etc., because those rigorous mathematical and technological protocols protect it.

The Pros: 

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Michael Gord, MLG Blockchain and GDA Capital founder, has been appointed to the role of Managing Director of the XDB Foundation.  “I am excited to see the launch of the XDB Foundation and to be joining the DigitalBits ecosystem in this new capacity,” says Gord. “In the coming weeks, the XDB Foundation will share additional updates regarding its key initiatives.  Over the past 2 years, we have seen DigitalBits achieve various milestones and with this next chapter I’m excited to see the XDB Foundation contribute as the new project lead supporting education, research and development, and ecosystem growth and adoption.”

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BTC Surged Again as A Safe Haven Asset During Global Tensions

  • India – China Border Conflict

After weeks of squabbling and brawling along their long-disputed border, hundreds of Indian and Chinese soldiers engaged in a deadly clash Monday in a river valley that’s part of the region of Ladakh last week. Troops had massed on both sides of the border in recent months in the northern India region of Ladakh and the southwestern Chinese region of Aksai Chin, causing global concerns of a potential escalation between the two.

  • North and South Korea Clash

Last Tuesday, North Korea destroyed the liaison office it jointly operates with South Korea in the city of Kaesong, just north of the demilitarized zone that separates the two countries. 

North Korea also said it would send troops to now-shuttered joint cooperation sites on its territory, reinstall guard posts and resume military drills at front-line areas in a violation of separate 2018 deals with South Korea. Jeong said South Korea will take “immediate, swift and corresponding” steps to any North Korean provocation.

The tensions grown in Asia and the potential “second wave” of coronavirus in the United States may add more difficulties to the global economic recovery. Thus, Bitcoin, as a safe haven asset, attracts more investors to buy and hold. 

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