Hello everyone,

Welcome back to another monthly update for the Bitswift community. I will be your host through this brief reading as we learn what Bitswift has been up to over the course of the last month or so. If you are eager to learn about the latest developments going down at Bitswift you are at the right place (even though it may not feel like it). So let’s get at it, shall we?

No more Community Update

Well, to start I would like to tell you all that there will be no more community updates. Yes, folks, that's it…

Hello there,

Welcome back to another edition of Bitswift Community update on this fine July 15th of 2020. If you’re looking for any new news and information relating to the Bitswift digital ecosystem, its companies, products, and services, you have come to the right place. So go on, indulge yourself, kick off your shoes, put your feet up, lean back, and just enjoy. While you’re at it turn on some Offspring on your compact disk player. Now that you have done all that, let’s get on with it already.

Bitswift.cash Mobile App

Last month we hinted on a mobile app…

Hello everyone,

Welcome back to another community update where you can get caught up to speed month to month with all things going down at Bitswift. We have some exciting developments to share with you all, so let's get at it.

Bitswift.cash — Face Lift

We have been working on the Bitswift.cash front end to polish off some of the finer details. We have made some changes to the menu bar and general formatting of things. There have been some additions to the explorer section such as the ability to view previous poll results. We have been optimizing a lot…

Welcome back this month for another community update as it relates to all things Bitswift. We have been making progress as usual and have some new developments to share with you so please read on if you are interested in learning what we have been up to over here at Bitswift & Co.

Forging Pool:

Month to month the Bitswift forging pool (LZLZ Pool) continues to grow, both in the number of users leasing their balances and to the amount of Ardor that is leased out to the pool. …

Happy belated Easter to everyone in the Community!

Welcome back to yet another Bitswift monthly community update. We’ve been busy as usual and making progress despite the global pandemic ongoing in the world. We are excited to share some updates and progress for this month, so grab your favorite snack or drink and keep on reading!

BITS and CASH — Markets & Exchanges

We have been working very hard to provide you with more exchanges where you are able to trade your Bitswift tokens. …

Episode 2: Recap

Previously we reviewed how to set up and configure and Ardor server using WLS. We then configured that server to register with the new Smart Contract which will allow it to earn passive Ignis from the blockchain while the server is running.

You can review previous episodes here if you are interested: https://bitswift.press

In this episode 2.1, we will continue on with the theme “Free Crypto” and dive into some of the features and assets surrounding our crypto gateway & faucet platform, “Bitswift.cash”.

What is Bitswift.cash ?

Bitswift.cash is a platform operated by Bitswift & Co that…

Episode 1 recap:

Previously on Things to do while in Quarantine we reviewed how to set up Linux on Windows using WSL feature in Windows. We then proceeded to install the Ardor server for Linux running on Windows, where we accessed the Ardor interface via our web browser.

If you want to review the previous Episode check here: https://bitswift.press

In this Episode 2 of Things to do while in Quarantine we will learn how to set up our previously created Ardor node using WSL to earn free Ignis rewards from the Ardor platform by way of Smart Contract. …

In this episode of Things to do while in Quarantine we will detail how to install Ardor on Linux within Windows using WSL (Windows Subsystems For Linux).

Why would someone want to do this?

Well if you are bored out of your mind stuck in quarantine and want to learn something new that might be a good reason. Aside from that, if you have a bunch of Windows based systems and want to run a stable Linux based Ardor server on them, or any other Linux based app, this might be of interest to you.

What is Windows Subsystems For…

Bitswift Community Update — March 15, 2020

Hello Bitswifters,

Welcome to another edition of the Bitswift monthly community update, the place where you can catch up on all the good things going down at Bitswift.

This month we have some really awesome developments to share with you, we announce some key members of our team, and announce the details surrounding our Remote Agent software which is already out there being used by real businesses to protect and manage their tech infrastructure. So grab your fav can of soda pop, some popcorn, sit back, and relax as we dive deep into this past month’s developments.


Bitswift Community Update

Hello, my friend. Stay awhile and listen…

Welcome back to another monthly community update sponsored by Bitswift, featuring Bitswift, and approved by Bitswift. Here you will find quick updates on all things going down within the Bitswift ecosystem. It’s like a one-stop shop to learn all about all the recent developments, so if that's what you are after, you have come to the right place. Now enough of this boring intro, lets get into the juicy details.

Bitswift Listed on Probit


Official news relating to Bitswift digital ecosystem.

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