Published On: Tue, Apr 24th, 2018

Israeli Startup Allows Businesses to Receive Real Time Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency Payments

Virtual Crypto Technologies launched NetoBit Cash, which will enable any business to immediately, easily, and securely collect payments in cryptocurrency.

Virtual Crypto team. Photo credit - Avidan Gidoni


Israeli startup Virtual Crypto Technologies, has launched its first products NetoBit and NetoBit Cash, that allows businesses to receive real-time payments in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

NetoBit designed to enable the purchase, sale, and conversions of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies via all channels from ATM to mobile devices.

The company will distribute its products through distributors and business partners to small and mid-sized businesses such as cafés, restaurants, and shops. It also will be available at enterprises, such as airlines and tourism companies; government agencies; payment gateways; and online businesses.

NetoBit Cash is a tablet device that enables businesses to securely receive payments in Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in real time, while enjoying protection against exchange rate volatility and guaranteeing transactions up to a value of $3,000.

For example, a restaurant can include its menu on the NetoBit Cash, enabling diners to choose and order meals on the Virtual Crypto tablet and pay with Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies through the device. The payment is cleared immediately, and the business owners can choose whether to accept the payment in a cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin, or immediately convert it through NetoBit Cash into regular (fiat) money, which will be transferred into their account.

Co-founded in January 2018 by CEO Alon Dayan, Chief Scientist Dr. Royi Ithzak, and crypto expert Guy Corem, Virtual Crypto Technologies in March 2018 listed on the United States Over the Counter (OTC) venture market (QB)

The company said its solution is different from others. For example, Virtual Crypto’s validation algorithm can very precisely and quickly predict if a cryptocurrency transaction will be approved immediately by a blockchain at the moment of the transaction before the block is digitally signed. This quick process allows the approval of the crypto transaction within seconds to minutes, rather than between 20 minutes and 24 hours and following a process of six confirmations, as is the case today. Consequently, Virtual Crypto can create a pleasant and immediate transaction experience, minimizing the risk of fraud, which can occur in the usual lengthy transaction approval processes.

The company’s statement added: cryptocurrency trade supplier usually allow the customer carrying out the transaction to interact with only one crypto exchange, shackling the customer to the exchange rate which that exchange offers. Virtual Crypto allows the customer to work with several crypto exchanges simultaneously for each transaction. In this way, the Virtual Crypto algorithms can immediately locate the best crypto deal and offer the most attractive exchange rate and the lowest commission while the transaction is underway. This ability enables the company to protect the transaction from currency volatility that is liable to occur during the current lengthy transaction approval process and offer guarantee for transactions of up to $3,000.

The back-office capabilities include setting currency price limits for each transaction, defining the KYC (Know Your Customer – customer identification), conforming to different regulations and configurations in different countries, managing risk, and providing useful statistical data on transactions and points of sale. These capabilities are different from many other solutions that offer back-office capabilities which can manage only one transaction center.

In a new study published in March 2018, Transparency Market Research predicts a CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) of 31% for cryptocurrency hardware and software from 2017 through 2025. The report estimates that the hardware and software business in this industry will soar from $574 million in 2017 to $6.7 billion in 2025.

The founders:

CEO Alon Dayan was previously co-founder and CEO of the wireless communications company Celliboost and cyber company L1-Systems Ltd. Dr. Royi Ithzak, an expert in applied mathematics and big data algorithms, has a wealth of experience in applied research and in the academe in data mining, network analysis and other fields. He has developed algorithms for Gett (formerly GetTaxi), Fiverr, and others, and headed R&D teams at AT&T, HP, and Outbrain. Guy Corem, who has held positions such as CEO of Spondoolies, a provider of Bitcoin mining equipment, has accumulated vast experience in contributing to the Bitcoin community.

According to Alon Dayan, co-founder and CEO of Virtual Crypto, “Virtual Crypto’s objective is to make a unique contribution towards achieving two important global targets, each of which represents a huge market. One is creating blockchain products and services and that are accessible to businesses and users in every industry and second is helping to turn Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies from dormant assets sitting in users’ digital wallets into money that functions like real money that allows making and receiving easy, user-friendly and secure payments in real time.”

Dayan added: “NetoBit Cash is just one example of how Virtual Crypto will turn cryptocurrencies into a means of exchange that functions as real money.”

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