Beldex (BDX) is a privacy cryptocurrency that has been providing privacy and anonymity to its users since it launched in 2018. Its privacy is based on Monero and similar to Monero, it utilizes the CryptoNight protocol.
However, the Beldex review panel has been conducting extensive research into enhancing Beldex’s privacy. This research is focused on exponentially scaling the number of decoys in ring signature.
The research into technological advancements of the coin is proceeding albeit some impediment. However, the team has utilized the COVID-19 induced lockdown to productively into this research.
The first major technological advancement is implementing Proof-of-Stake (POS) in Beldex. A Proof-of-Stake coin not only consumes lesser energy but is inherently scalable. Beldex currently has bulletproofs that allow it to scale, however, with greater adoption in foresight, scaling requires a transition to POS. …
Beldex is 100% safe. It is a project that emphasizes on individual safety and privacy. The Beldex coin is a privacy coin that has been in the top 10 privacy coins for over a year now. It has consistently ranked in the top 6 for the past 6 months. The data analysis and coin ranking website, CoinLore, has ranked Beldex as the 4th top privacy coin in September 2020.
Absolutely not. Beldex is a genuine project whose team is very active, interacts with the community on a regular basis, and provides timely support to its users. Beldex, being a leading privacy coin and a successful project has recently attracted the attention of scam projects that try to portray Beldex in a bad light.
Ever since day 1 of its inception, from ICO to distribution to development and launch of the exchange, Beldex has been extremely transparent in its undertakings. Beldex is its own entity and has no connection whatsoever to any other entity or organization. The Beldex community is proof of the fact that Beldex has been 100% genuine because each and course of action is consulted with the community before it is implemented. If you ask the question ‘Is Beldex A Scam?’ …
Beldex has made another addition to its expanding list of Ethereum tokens. We have listed the Prediqt (PQT) token, a token that derives its value from consumer+ data. PQT is a fairly new and promising token that has active community support. The listing enables users to deposit PQT, hold it, trade it for USDT, or vice versa.
Where can I trade PQT?
You can trade Prediqt (PQT) on the PQT/USDT market on Beldex.
PQT/USDT market currently has a trading volume of 10,000 PQT.
How to trade PQT?
Buy PQT with USDT
Login to your Beldex account and visit the PQT/USDT market. To buy PQT, place a buy order by selecting the USDT price, PQT amount, and clicking the ‘Buy’ button. …
We hope that you and your loved ones are staying safe at home and helping fight the pandemic.
Even amidst the pandemic, the austerities and ceremonials pertaining to the holy month of Ramadan are being reverently observed by millions of people around the world. We believe this truly reflects the spirit of Ramadan, that is, to do good and help the poor. We at Beldex have also garbed Ramadan’s spirit to fill these trying times with joy!
On account of the auspicious month of Ramadan, Beldex will be conducting a Trading Competition this month. The trading competition will be held for five days, starting from 00:00 EET, May 18, 2020, and ending at 23:59 EET, May 22, 2020. …
Money is a critical part of everyone’s life, and for the religious it is even viewed as a matter of eternal consequence. While those on the outside may be unaware of the importance finance takes on in circles of faith, these beliefs nonetheless affect and impact the businesses and economies of market actors everywhere, regardless of worldview. This post seeks to examine the background of what is known as Sharia compliance in crypto, looking at the relationship between bitcoin use and Islamic religious law. …
Beldex, an Estonia based Shariah-Compliant exchange will be going live on Dec 27th, 2019 at 13.30 hrs EET. The Exchange bears the privacy coin, the Beldex Coin (BDX) as the in-house token. By the mandate of Shariah law, Beldex doesn’t participate in the following activities:
Greetings. Wishing you all a pleasant morning. In accordance with our announcement, our security systems were upgraded yesterday and we ran a complete check of our systems. They are working perfectly and are in top-notch condition. Our systems are up and running now. With this upgrade, we’ve augmented the defense of our systems.
Thank you for your support and patience during this upgrade. You can start to make deposits and withdrawals as usual.
Our referral program is still live. Make the best use of it, until it lasts. Keep referring your friends to continue earning unlimited BDX. We will be live soon with our trading.
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Greetings. Reforming or enhancing security systems is indispensable if we want to improve the overall security of our exchange.
We upgrade our systems from time to time and perform regular security checks to ensure the safety of our user funds and data. These security checks usually do not take more than 1–2 hours at a time. Such security checks and upgrades are a part of our ongoing routine before we enable trading on our exchange.
We are updating our security systems today (December 13, 2019). Hence, you may experience downtime in our services from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM EET. Please be advised that your deposits and withdrawals during this period may not be processed. We encourage you to refrain from using our services during this period. Any inconvenience caused is deeply regretted. …
A cryptocurrency exchange is a gateway for its users to perform crypto to crypto and fiat to crypto trading. Most popular cryptocurrency exchanges today are centralized. This is because roughly 99.8% of crypto trades happen in centralized exchanges as users prefer centralized exchanges over decentralized exchanges. Even though there have been instances of notorious hacks in the past (for example, the infamous Mt. Gox hack), centralized exchanges still dominate the crypto-space by a long shot, though the number of hacks has only continued to increase. Does this mean that traders and investors are willing to sacrifice security for liquidity? Why are decentralized exchanges that resonate with the spirit of the decentralized blockchain economy NOT preferred by users? …