Bitbit is a mobile money wallet that allows anyone to send, store and use money, using the blockchain as the money transmission medium without any need for a bank account.

Users can download the app, deposit funds over the counter, and be able to instantly send money to friends over their mobile phones or through social media.

We're starting with the Philippines, a country where only 10% of the population is banked, where the local remittance industry vastly overshadows it's inbound remittance volume (which is already third in the world), and where social media and mobile technology is widely accepted. We believe this makes Bitbit a compelling solution for digitizing money in the Philippines, giving everyone access to financial services previously available to the market for expensive fees.

While in development, Bitbit, when launched in Q3 2015, would also enable digital payments at any Bitcoin-accepting service in the world. In the Philippines, over 250+ offline and online merchan...
Bitbit is a mobile money wallet that allows anyone to send, store and use money, using the blockchain as the money transmission medium without any need for a bank account.

Users can download the app, deposit funds over the counter, and be able to instantly send money to friends over their mobile phones or through social media.

We're starting with the Philippines, a country where only 10% of the population is banked, where the local remittance industry vastly overshadows it's inbound remittance volume (which is already third in the world), and where social media and mobile technology is widely accepted. We believe this makes Bitbit a compelling solution for digitizing money in the Philippines, giving everyone access to financial services previously available to the market for expensive fees.

While in development, Bitbit, when launched in Q3 2015, would also enable digital payments at any Bitcoin-accepting service in the world. In the Philippines, over 250+ offline and online merchants accept Bitcoin.
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