Subbit is pleased to share that our Twitter following has grown to over 1000 subbiteers. Our community is built up people who love the project, many have been following us for over a year now, so it’s great to finally be able to share more detail about our project to the world.
We love and appreciate our community, so would like to give a massive shout out to our supporters. We are currently on the road, letting investors and influencers know about the Subbit project, whilst we continue with our private sale.
BitcoinTalk ANN https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4631809.0
Telegram Bounty https://t.me/SubbitBounty
Steemit https://steemit.com/@subbit Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/SubbitHQ/
Orbitao was the original idea behind Arbitao’s multi-functioning, transformative platform which allows investors to profit through various income streams. Simultaneously, Arbitao hopes to create a bedrock on which to base financial decisions upon, thus ensuring a bright future for all involved.
Arbitrage: taking trading to the next level
Orbitao was based on the concept of financial arbitrage. Arbitrage is a method to extract profits from trading the same instrument on various exchanges. The price spread between different exchanges could potentially be extremely lucrative. However, this has been taken a step further; Arbitaos have announced they are developing multi-tiered arbitrage chains. Conventional arbitrage occurs when investors purchase a particular asset from one exchange offering a more attractive price and at the same time sell the asset on another exchange for a higher price, profiting from the difference in price. The first multi-tiered triangle chain would consist of trades between Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin, but a multidimensional chain solution is in development and would require more trading pairs from which to obtain their data. …
Professor Choi is an accomplished and well-respected blockchain lawyer experienced in ICO legalities. He is the founder of Acme Ardent and was the Head of Global Legal Centre at TCL Multimedia. Simon joined the Subbit project as a Legal Advisor and ICO strategist at the start of 2018.
Simon is a renowned thought leader, speaker and authority in the Blockchain community. He has advised on dozens of ICO projects and token sales that have successfully funded. He has a substantial following and network in Hong Kong and beyond.
Simon has developed a rare set of skills that range from investigating cyber and internet law, cross border commerce, and overseeing successful ICOs to advising on corporate compliance and assisting with patent management. …
The subscription economy is a moderately new model to conducting business. Start-ups such as Dollar Shave Club, HelloFresh, Netflix have done extremely well utilising a subscription e-commerce model.
The subscription e-commerce market has grown by more than 100 percent a year over the past five years, from $57 million in 2011 to $2.06 billion in 2016. The potential for further expansion and adoption continues to be a viable option for many businesses. Those that are interested should consider adapting their current business plan to tap into unexplored customers.
The strong growth from the subscriptions-based business model has already led Dollar Shave Club to being acquired by Unilever in a $1 billion deal. Venture-capital investments have encouraged start-ups to conduct business in various sectors such child and baby items, contact lenses, meal kits, pet food, video games and many more. …
What is Bitcoin?
Simply put, Bitcoin is a decentralized, digital currency, but herein lies the first barrier to potential investors. The fact it is a digital currency means there is no tangible asset associated with Bitcoin. When trading in Bitcoin or any other cryptocurrency for that matter, one must come to terms that they will simply appear as numbers on a computer screen. However, it is decentralized, indicating that it is not controlled by any one government, business entity or organization. This was the decisive factor that led investors small and large alike to even consider Bitcoin. …
Andrei Didenko is a fintech specialist and a high-flying entrepreneur. He is CEO of both BlockchainAir and Easylaw. Andrei has extensive experience and is widely recognised for his BlockchainAir software prototype, winning third place at the Swiss Legal Tech Hackathon 2017.
Andrei holds a unique skill set that ranges from Risk ownership, continuous control enhancement and objective program assessments, to documented escalation criteria, data quality procedures and maintaining compliance archives. In his previous role, he was Legal Counsel for international affairs at Transaero airlines.
Andrei’s involvement as Chief Legal Officer (CLO) of Subbit means he will assume a central role in compliance, whilst possessing the knowledge and practical ability to help guide the organisation toward positive outcomes. …
The heavily-anticipated release of Subbit.io’s mobile subscription-based marketplace is over. Subbit is poised to disrupt the subscription economy with their newly developed, blockchain backed ecosystem.
Primarily, Subbit provides an interactive solution to connect consumers interested in subscribing to new and unique services provided by vendors. Vendors, for example, high street retailers, can sell their products or content on a subscription basis, rather than just a one-off purchase. This can be achieved by using vouchers or by offering periodic store credit (all managed by Subbit’s clever mobile software!)
To further promote the use of the SBT token on the Subbit platform, all transactions will be completely free for vendors who transact in SBT. Internal fees have been eliminated for all users.
For more information visit subbit.io
Amy is a blockchain advocate specialising in forging lasting relationships. She was a founder of NameVarsity, co-founder of NameGameBritannia Ltd and Chief Operating Officer at BestMeta. She was involved in forming huge partnerships with Huawei, Twitch, ESL UK, Game and several other major brands in the E-sports industry.
Amy has over 3 years’ experience in the fintech sector and has developed an impressive skill set ranging from business development, implementation and commercialisation through to networking, relationship management and firm ambassadorship. She has previously worked as a resource consultant and a Mandarin art specialist.
Amy will help us broker long-term partnerships and oversee growth in key areas of our client on-boarding strategy. She is a very welcome addition to our leadership team and we look forward to working together to further our success at Subbit. …