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Innovative Cryptocurrency Exchange Bitmora is launching on May 12, 2018

Bitmora is building a digital asset service that will allow users to globally exchange cryptocurrency and vote on the framework upon which the platform is built.

Bitmora, a next-generation cryptocurrency exchange, now has an official public launch date; May 12, 2018. Just in time for the summer, their service will have everything you could want from an exchange, including phone support, a fully functional mobile application, and lower fees to attract high volume traders. Prior to their public release, Bitmora will host closed beta sessions dedicated to their contributors, so consider visiting their contribution page if you want early access.

To ensure a seamless launch and development of their trading platform, Bitmora has partnered with AlphaPoint. AlphaPoint is a financial technology company helping make illiquid assets liquid. It enables customers to launch new products and services by providing institutions enterprise-grade blockchain solutions to digitize assets, launch markets, and reduce operational costs. AlphaPoint has customers across five continents with offices in New York, Philadelphia, and San Francisco. AlphaPoint works with some of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in the industry and will help show the world what Bitmora is truly about.

On launch day, Bitmora will provide full phone, email and chat support. They will also be releasing their fully functional mobile applications on iOS and Android platforms on day one.

Unlike many other projects built with Blockchain in mind, Bitmora is not gaining its funding through an ICO and does not have a coin to sell. Instead, Bitmora is fundraising through a public campaign where contributors are promised a revenue share that is determined by their initial contribution and the exchange’s volume. Contributors, regardless of the amount, will also gain access to its exclusive beta program. They will be some of the first members of the public to exchange digital assets on Bitmora. Its team plans on making the beta program an official part of Bitmora and to let contributors test all of its new features, including the desktop and mobile app once they are ready.

Bitmora’s campaign is still open and very active. To participate in the campaign, go to https://bitmora.com/register.php and sign up. Once signed up, members are not only provided the opportunity to contribute but are also granted access to the voting portal where suggestions and votes submitted by users are considered for implementation on the exchange.

To learn more about Bitmora, visit their website and read the technical whitepaper. For updates on social media, check out their Twitter account, Facebook page and BitcoinTalk thread.

To learn more about Bitmora, visit their website and read the technical whitepaper. For updates on social media, check out their Twitter account, Facebook page and BitcoinTalk thread.

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