Bitcoin ‘Bubble Is Necessary’ To Test Endurance, Says Hedge Fund Founder Bill Miller

Wall Street investor Bill Miller compares Bitcoin to the major inventions of humankind, saying that the Bitcoin “bubble” is “necessary” to test endurance.

Bill Miller, multi-millionaire investor and founder of hedge fund Miller Value Partners, shared his positive view on the cryptocurrency market sell-off and talked about why it should not scare investors in a FOXBusiness exclusive interview Feb. 28.

Calling himself a Bitcoin “observer”, rather than a Bitcoin “believer” or “evangelist”, in the interview Miller compared Bitcoin with other major inventions throughout history, stating:

“What I observed with bitcoin is that it’s following a very time-honored path of disruptive innovation going all the way back to the printing press, railroad, electricity, radio in the 1920s, biotech, the internet.”

While many on Wall Street are worried that cryptocurrencies are a bubble worse than the Nasdaq in 2000, and some even forecast Bitcoin dropping to as low as $1,000 this year, Miller says that the market actually needs this “bubble” to find out whether the idea of this new technology can be adopted.

“Bubbles are necessary to bring capital into the market to see if these innovations are actually going to stand,” the famous investor argued, citing the idea of ‘Diffusion Of Innovations’ by Everett M. Rogers.

In December 2017, the same month Bitcoin prices soared to a record high of $20,000 per coin, Miller said that almost 50 percent of the money from his hedge fund was invested in Bitcoin. In July, 2017, Miller shared in an interview that he has been holding a modest one percent of his own assets in Bitcoin since 2014.

Others on Wall Street don’t share Miller’s optimistic view towards cryptocurrencies. In Jan. 2018, banking giant Merrill Lynch banned its financial advisors from buying cryptocurrency-related investments for clients, citing concerns “pertaining to suitability and eligibility standards of this product”.


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Gold Trading Giant Goldmoney Enables Cold Storage For Two More Cryptocurrencies

Goldmoney, a global gold-based financial services company, expands its crypto cold storage with two more cryptocurrencies.

Goldmoney, the world’s largest gold savings and transfer network, has added two more major cryptocurrencies to its cold storage service, according to a press-release published Feb. 27.

The company, which already provides a cold storage service for Bitcoin (BTC), announced it is now adding “Anti-Money Laundering (“AML”)-Compliant” Ethereum (ETH) storage, with Bitcoin Cash (BCH) storage to follow soon after. According to their press release, Goldmoney Inc. safeguards nearly $2 billion in assets for clients located in more than 150 countries.

“Goldmoney clients can now directly purchase Anti-Money Laundering (“AML”)-Compliant Ethereum and sell their Ethereum holdings back to Goldmoney in the same way they buy or sell Bitcoin and precious metals,” Goldmoney reports.

As the company explains, client-held cryptocurrencies are stored and secured in an offline cold storage, “with private keys stored in a password-protected hardware wallet”.

Traditional finance responds to growing demand

As mainstream interest grows, the cryptocurrency is attracting more attention from more traditional, conservative investors. A similar cold storage service to Goldmoney’s is now also offered by a Liechtenstein-based Bank Frick, which provides storage for five major cryptocurrencies.

Last month, Dubai-based gold trading company Regal RA DMCC received a cryptocurrency trading license that allowed the company to open “world’s first” cold storage vault for cryptocurrencies.

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IoT Devices Demonstrated to be Vulnerable to Mining Hack at Mobile World Congress

Vulnerable IoT devices, from smartphones to security cameras and smart TVs can be hijacked and used mine cryptocurrencies, cybersecurity firm Avast demonstrated this week at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. The Czech-based firm showcased the problem by giving conference-goers a firsthand look at a “hacked” network, where inter-connected devices were collectively mining the cryptocurrency Monero in what’s called a botnet.

Mining is the process of verifying transactions on a cryptocurrency network by solving complex mathematical algorithms. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are difficult to mine without having purpose-built, high-powered computers, but Monero is different. Monero mining can utilize the power of a network of internet-connected devices.

The company said that based on its tests if it were able to get 15,000 internet-connected devices onto its hacked network, it would be able to mine $1,000 of the cryptocurrency in four days. In theory, a real-world attack would be made possible if hackers did just this, taking over a network of devices and using their combined computing power to mine.

While $1,000 might not sound like a lot of profit, the potential is huge. In 2017 there were an estimated 8.4 billion of internet-connected devices, but by 2020 it’s estimated there will be over 20 billion, according to a forecast by research firm Gartner.

“This ubiquity of devices combined with the fact they are so easy to attack makes them an attractive target,” Ondrej Vlcek, the chief technology officer at Avast, told CNBC.

It is worth remembering that Avast does have a product to sell: Later this year it intends to release a smart home security package that protects against such hijackings.


The Internet of Things (IoT) is the interconnection (via the internet) of computing devices embedded in everyday objects, enabling them to send and receive data — think smart houses. The issue with the IoT is that to increase function, connectivity is being inserted into millions of everyday items, making it possible to cram new functionality into everything from speakers to thermostats — each one of which is effectively a computer of sorts. Gather enough of them into one botnet, and you can harness a large amount of computing power.

We’ve been hearing a lot about security and hacking in relation to crypto-mining as of late. North Korean government-backed hackers have been running campaigns aimed at hacking devices to mine Monero, and recently China has been having trouble with related Monero-mining bot the Jenkins Miner. The Jenkins Miner is an operation designed to mine Monero by actively spreading Monero mining malware across computers networks. The operators of this botnet have hijacked thousands of computers already.

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Keith Lim: Blockchain Will Definitely Have a Positive Role in Disrupting the Insurance Industry

Most of the young companies developing blockchain-based solutions are focused on cross-border payments and other financial services. Therefore, the insurance industry is still poorly covered by the blockchain, says Keith Lim, owner of the insurance startup Hearti.

However, the expert is sure that the technology will change the sphere of insurance in the near future. In an interview with Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Thailand, he talked about how this will happen, as well as made a brief announcement of his presentation at the event.

Interviewer: Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Thailand (BCT)

Speaker: Keith Lim (K.L.)

BCT: Tell me how did you find out about blockchain. Were you skeptical at first, or did you immediately see an enormous potential?

KL: I first found out about blockchain around 2012.  At that time, many blockchain use cases were still in a very early experimental stage.  However, through progressive studies and better understanding of the technology, I see an enormous potential in blockchain and wanted to develop a viable use case for the insurance industry.

BCT: Mr. Lim, you are Head of blockchain-based insurance service. How do you see the prospects of blockchain in insurance? Will the industry be completely blockchain-based in the future, or traditional and blockchain-based services will exist in parallel?

KL: The insurance industry is a huge and traditional one that blockchain will definitely have a positive role in disrupting it.  Insurance companies are starting to do proofs-of-concept on smart contracts, KYC processes and claims management on the blockchain.  Having said that, as there are many traditional stakeholders in the insurance industry such as agents, underwriters, insurers, and reinsurers, I envision that blockchain-based services will co-exist with traditional services for a while.

BCT: Are there many blockchain companies in the insurance industry today? What are the competitive strengths of Hearti?

KL: As there are many potential use cases for blockchain, such as for global payments, logistics etc., not many blockchain companies are focusing on the insurance industry at the moment.  This presents a huge advantage for Hearti as an early mover.  Moreover, Hearti is already serving many insurance customers with our Artificial Intelligent solutions, which strengthens our value propositions to our customers for blockchain.

BCT: What difficulties do the blockchain companies have in Singapore today? What are the main disadvantages of this jurisdiction?

KL: Blockchain technology works best as a decentralized and distributed network of difficult stakeholders.  Therefore, the challenge for any blockchain company in Singapore is to gather sufficient stakeholders in the insurance and related industries within Singapore’s well-connected and technologically advanced marketplace.

BCT: Which are the targeted regions for Hearti? Is Thailand in your area of interest?

KL: Hearti’s targeted region is South East Asia, and we already have offices in Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Malaysia.

BCT: You will talk about blockchain trends at Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Thailand. Tell us briefly, which trends will you discuss with the audience?

KL: I will be discussing events and use cases that formulated the trend of blockchain in the past few years, and what we can expect in the next few years.  I will be touching on major trends that I see emerging from the recent events, e.g. regulations in countries such as Thailand and China, and how these events can affect blockchain development.

BCT: Please tell us about your expectations for the conference.

KL: I envision the conference to engage in lively discussions about blockchain and bitcoin.  It should also offer excellent opportunities for collaborations and partnerships.

The event will be held on March 6 in Pullman Bangkok Grande Sukhumvit. It will include:

  • 15 crypto industry experts from 10 countries;
  • panel discussion dedicated to ICO regulation in Thailand;
  • an exhibition area, featuring trading platforms, suppliers of equipment for mining farms, software developers.

Program and registration are available on the website of Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Thailand.

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Goldman Sachs Keeps Criticizing Bitcoin, But There Are Certain Ties

Circle’s announcement was huge news, but it could be even bigger news for Goldman Sachs as they wade into crypto

Going back as far as 2014, when interest in Bitcoin was a mere drop of what it is today, Wall Street giants Goldman Sachs were already scoffing at the digital currency and the interest it was developing.

Goldman has been slowly coming around though, for one of the Wall Street powerhouses, with their CEO, Lloyd Blankfein, happy to talk and mull the potential of Bitcoin and Blockchain. However, the bank has not yet delivered directly into Bitcoin. But,  the latest move by mobile payment app Circle to acquire a rather large crypto trading exchange, Poloniex, could see Goldman getting more involved because of their $50 mln investment in the Circle.

Circle’s game plan

Mobile trading apps entering the waters of cryptocurrency is nothing new. The latest example is RobinHood, which has made the headlines recently with its decision to support crypto trading, but with zero-fees.

Circle announced in the past few days that it had acquired Poloniex, in what it called an extension of “its commitment to a new vision for global finance.” The goal for Circle with this acquisition, according to their announcement, is to create “an open global token marketplace.” This will be done through one of the three branches that makes up Circle, called Circle Invest, with its tag line being “crypto without the cryptic.”

On Poloniex’s side, the company which has been fraught with customer support and scaling issues welcomed the partnership. They announced:

“To bringing Circle’s experience to increase the scalability and reliability of our platform and operations. User experience is paramount. If we aspire to build a token marketplace that will change the fundamentals of global value exchange, we cannot settle for anything less than excellence in our product.”

Clearly, it’s positive for both platforms when the traditional mobile payment app heads into cryptocurrency and aids with its mainstream development. And on the other hand, this is a positive move for the cryptomarket as it allows easier access to those who have not ventured in already. However, the underlying benefactor of all this could well be a Wall Street Bank, so often touted as the enemy of the decentralized finance system that is steadily becoming a force to be reckoned with.

Ties to Goldman Sachs

Through Goldman’s history with Bitcoin, the bank has gone from denouncing it to proclaiming it cannot be ignored, to mulling its potential over, to investing in Blockchain, and finally being rumored to be opening their own trading desk. The trading desk rumors were refuted by Goldman Sachs as they look to be stopping just short of getting their hands dirty with cryptocurrencies directly.  

Goldman Sachs has been building their relationship with Circle since 2013 when Michele Burns, a board member at Goldman Sachs joined the board at Jeremy Allaire’s startup, Circle. From there, Goldman showed its appreciation of the global vision that Circle was proclaiming and put its money where its mouth is by investing $50 mln into the Boston-based company in May 2015.

Managing Director Tom Jessop, who heads the firm’s Principal Strategic Investments Group to focus on strategic investments within the financial technology industry, said back then:

“We think that Circle’s product vision and exceptional management team present a compelling opportunity in the digital payments space.”

This seems to be a move by the Wall Street Bank to get its fingers in the crypto pie without getting delving fully into the crypto trading business. It has a large investment in a company which has acquired a cryptocurrency exchange. Regulators have reacted well to this acquisition with a leaked document showing that the SEC is happy to ease off on some of its charges against Poloniex.

Path of Goldman Sachs through crypto

Easing the regulatory path

A Powerpoint slide that was leaked from the confidential Circle presentation was posted by Nathaniel Popper, a writer for the New York Times, who wrote under it: “Just got this slide from a confidential Circle presentation. It does more to explain Circle’s acquisition of Poloniex than anything I have seen today.”

The slide explains how the SEC has agreed not to pursue any legal action against Poloniex if the exchange was acquired by Circle. It is also something that could put Goldman’s mind at ease when getting closer to cryptocurrencies as the bank and its operations are of course very much by the book. Goldman’s decisions not to move directly into the cryptocurrency market must have something to do with their strict adherence to regulation and the ties they have with the decision makers.

The current treasury secretary, Steve Mnuchin, is a former Goldman executive, as are past treasury secretaries Hank Paulson and Robert Rubin. There are a number of lower-level government officials are former employees of Goldman. One former CEO of Goldman Sachs, Jon Corzine, resigned to become a US senator and later governor of New Jersey.

Circle has shown already that despite operating in the regulatory grey area of cryptocurrencies, their position is strongly aligned to following rules that will come from regulators.

In a testimony before the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs hearing entitled “Beyond Silk Road: Potential Risks, Threats and Promises of Virtual Currencies,” in 2013 CEO Jeremy Allaire explained his commitment to regulation as a money services business.

“We are fully committed to complying with all applicable laws and regulations and establishing comprehensive risk management protocols. In particular, recognizing that we are subject to regulation as a money services business, we have registered with FinCEN as a money transmitter, and are actively seeking licenses from US State financial authorities to operate as a money transmitter within their jurisdictions.”

Still not a bad thing

If Goldman plans to use Circle to enter deeper in the cryptocurrency realm, it is can be a positive for the crypto community. However, the cagey approach from Goldman to crypto continues even after the announcement by Circle was made. 

Sharmin Mossavar-Rahmani, the CIO of Goldman, was reported as saying that as it stands, cryptocurrencies are a bubble.

“We think cryptocurrencies in their current format, meaning that in the current incarnation, are in a bubble…The Bitcoin prices are astronomical. Then we compare that to Ether, and Ether is even more astronomical. So clearly, these valuations don’t make sense to us.”

As it often occurs, Mossavar-Rahmani also has lots of positives to say about Blockchain. “Our view is that while we like the concept of Blockchain, and think it will evolve into a useful tool for companies, for the financial industry.”

The message is mixed. While continuing the series of skeptic declarations, one of the biggest investment banks in the world has its stake in startup more than friendly to digital currencies. There might be some already in the cryptocurrency market that does not like the idea of a Wall Street Bank moving closer to entering the space, but if Goldman is looking to help Circle to success, and easing the regulatory pathway, it could well set out a workable road for others to follow.

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Demystifying Digital Assets Part 4

Blockchain technology has already had incredibly beneficial impacts on everything from medical research to food supply-chain issues — but in the array of potential applications the world sees in the technology —  one of the most impactful could be in changing the way money moves around the world.

With more than five leading financial institutions piloting xRapid, Ripple’s on-demand liquidity solution that uses the digital asset XRP, we’re now closer than ever to a point where trillions in dormant capital around the world used in traditional cross-border payments could potentially be released.

This freed capital combined with the lower cost and on-demand speed that uses a digital asset like XRP provides for international payments, means we are moving a step closer to an Internet of Value, where money can move like information.

In our final piece of our partnership series with Oanda, we examine how blockchain powered digital assets can completely change how liquidity is sourced for global payments. Check out the piece here.

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BK Capital Management Brian Kelly Says it’s a Mistake to Just Invest in Bitcoin

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Hedge fund manager Brian Kelly has given advice to traders on how to build their crypto portfolio, arguing that it’s a mistake to just invest in bitcoin.

Speaking on CNBC’s ‘Fast Money,’ the founder of BK Capital Management, said that even though bitcoin is the biggest cryptocurrency in the market it’s not a sufficient way to play the industry.

“[Cryptocurrency] is a world onto itself,” he added. “It’s its own market. And just like the stock market it has its own organisational structure.”

According to the report, this organisation structure consists of coins that have market values above $10 billion, such as bitcoin, ethereum, ripple, bitcoin cash, and litecoin; medium-sized coins with values between $1 and $10 billion, including the likes of NEO, EOS, IOTA, and NEM; and small-capped coins below $1 billion, such as Steem and Siacoin.

Kelly added:

“It’s not just the size of the coin, but how you use it.”

Such is Kelly’s faith in the crypto market that he was reported last month as stating that he had put 90 percent of his money into digital currencies. However, at the time, he said:

“But that’s not for everybody. I’m making a big bet.”

In Kelly’s opinion, traders should invest in an array of different products when starting a cryptocurrency portfolio to make the most of it. Investors should put 30 percent into digital currencies and 30 percent into platforms such as ethereum and ethereum classic.

“That’s where the new apps are coming,” he explained. “On all of these platforms, new things are being developed. Thousands of people are building on top of it.”

He added that 20 percent should be invested into privacy coins such as monero, dash and zcash; 10 percent into apps, including Metal, a computer app, and Salt; five percent in exchanges such as Binance, Zerox, and Polymath; and another five percent in hybrid platforms, including ripple and stellar.

Speaking of their dual functionality, Kelly said:

“What’s interesting about these, not only can they be used as a pure currency, but you can build on top of them.”

With interest in the market continuing and more altcoins building on their market values traders are invariably going to turn their attention to other coins for their investment purposes.

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Australians Can Now Purchase BTC, ETH Across 1,200 Newsstands In Win For Adoption

Australian crypto exchange has facilitated BTC, ETH purchasing across more than 1,200 newsstands in the country.

Australian cryptocurrency exchange has made buying Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) for fiat possible in more than 1,200 newsstands across Australia starting Thursday, March 1, local news outlet 9Finance reports., which has been in operation for around 18 months, describes itself on its website as “one of the first independent Bitcoin exchange networks in Australia.” Today, March 1, is the first time the exchange has offered purchases of ETH, having previously only hosted BTC transactions on its site.

Rupert Hackett, CEO of, sees introducing BTC and ETH for purchase in more in familiar retail environments as a way to make people more comfortable with cryptocurrencies in general:

“The fact that you can now buy Bitcoin and Ethereum from the same place you purchase soft drinks and stationery really speaks to how institutionalised cryptocurrency has become […] For anyone who has hesitated about buying Bitcoin because it all seemed too complicated, this is the perfect setup that takes the fear factor out of investing in digital currencies.”

In order to buy crypto from a participating Australian newsstand, consumers need to first acquire a crypto wallet, and then scan their wallet’s QR code with the newsstand’s iPad mini. The exchange has set up a minimum buy of 50 AUD (about $39 USD) worth of BTC or ETH.

Hackett told 9Finance that he expects customers to receive their cryptocurrency within an average of 20 minutes. will generally charge a transaction fee of 5 percent, but that fee has been waived for the opening day, March 1, in a promotional special that coincides with’s expansion into Ethereum transactions.

Australia has previously made steps to bring cryptocurrencies and their technologies into both traditional financial and retail environments.

In December of last year, the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) announced that it would start using Blockchain technologies for processing equity transactions. At the end of this January, Brisbane National Airport said that it has begun the process of making an entire airport terminal crypto-friendly, with all related business in the terminal able to accept Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Dash.

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Liechtenstein’s Bank Frick Introduces ‘Direct’ Cryptocurrency Investment And Cold Storage

Direct investment and storage of Bitcoin and five altcoins are now on offer at Liechtenstein’s Bank Frick.

Liechtenstein lending institution Bank Frick now offers “direct investment” and cold storage of five cryptocurrencies, it announced in a press release Feb. 28, noting it is the “first” financial instituion in the country to do so.

Aimed primarily at “professional market participants and financial intermediaries,” according to Frick, investment and storage is offered for Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Ripple and Ether.

The bank, which was founded in 1998, has sought to stand out from competition in the tiny European country, introducing a crypto investment and storage service that is “in demand” beyond its borders, it says.

“Our services are in demand from companies across the whole of Europe,” chief client officer Hubert Büchel commented in the release. On the perceived benefits of dealing with crypto through a bank, Büchel continued:

“This is because they know that we can offer them reliable support in implementing their business models with cryptocurrencies and blockchains in line with the existing regulatory framework.”

Despite Bank Frick being previously active in crypto-based products, the move appears to copy neighboring Switzerland, where institutions Vontobel and Falcon Private Bank have been offering exposure to crypto investments since as far back as 2016.

Elsewhere in Europe, The Netherlands’ Rabobank this month hinted it may shortly begin offering cryptocurrency storage for cardholders via a product called ‘Rabobit.’ A dedicated website about the project has appeared, though staff have also noted on social media that a final decision on its release has yet to be made.

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OTPPAY – The Crypto to Fiat Payment Solution

Nowadays, one of the biggest issues that the cryptocurrency market faces is crypto to fiat or fiat to crypto transfer. Using a fiat to crypto exchange leads to extra fees that the buyer is paying. Another issue is the fact that merchants cannot accept cryptocurrency payments without of exposing themselves to the risk of losing a certain amount in USD.

This is where OTPPAY wants to make a change. Their mission is to create a world class cryptocurrency exchange where you can easily transfer fiat to cryptocurrency, cryptocurrency to cryptocurrency, cryptocurrency to fiat and even fiat to fiat.

OTPPAY thrives to bridge the gap between Crypto to Fiat. Their main focus is to take the crypto to the common people day to day life. Moreover, their protocol will address the Transactions Per Second (TPS) & Cost Per Second (CPS) through value equalization techniques and smart swapping procedures

What Are the OTPPAY’s Main Benefits?

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The most important product that OTPPAY will launch is an AI & ML powered cryptocurrency exchange where requests will be solved by a matching engine while offering the lowest fees in the industry. Using a robust architecture built with a mix of PCI-DSS standards and cryptocurrency securities – the exchange medium will be transparent, making OTPPAY standout comparing to the current cryptocurrency exchanges from the market.

They also made the buy & sell process way easier with an eKYC verification process, which will allow the user to trade cryptocurrencies in just a matter of seconds. To do that, you will have a variety of ways such as syncing your bank account, use your debit card or your credit card.

But one of the most amazing things about OTPPAY is their wallet. As a merchant, you would be able to easily offer a QR code where the clients would pay with cryptocurrencies. And that’s not all, OTPPAY created a NFC payments system for cryptocurrencies. In case none of these help you, you can create your own system using the OTPPAY open API – which can easily be implemented by anyone.

And keep calm, if you’ll need cash at some time – OTPPAY wallet also have a lending option where you can lend between 2x and 5x of your total monthly sales, as a short time credit. In order to lend cryptocurrency from OTPPAY – you would need a good Crypto Credit Rating – which is calculated according to your transaction, feedback from clients and other conditions.

OTPPAY Private Sale – The Best Opportunity to Earn Some OTP Tokens

The OTPPAY team decided to have a private sale before entering their Pre-ICO and ICO period. The private sale’s mission is to offer the highest return of investment to their initial supporters , as 1 ETH would guarantee you over 50,000 OTP tokens. If you’re interested in being a part of the private sale – you can check their website. Besides this, OTPPAY just launched their Bounty offer. There are another three periods when you can purchase OTP tokens:

  • Pre-ICO period – between March 5th and April 3rd. For an investment of 1 ETH you would earn 16,000 OTP tokens and a 20% bonus.
  • First Stage of the ICO period – between April 4th and May 3rd. For an investment of 1 ETH you would receive 8,000 OTP tokens and a 15% bonus.
  • Final Stage of the ICO period – between May 4th and June 2nd. For an investment of 1 ETH you’d receive a 10% bonus in OTP tokens.

More details such as the roadmap, fund allocation, OTPPAY distributed payment architecture, the AI & ML powered request matching engine and the team can be found on their website.


If you’re looking for a great project with an idea that could improve the cryptocurrency industry – OTPPAY is the one that you’re looking for. Their idea have the potential of changing the cryptocurrency industry and bring a new wave of merchants that will accept crypto.

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