BTCS Signs Non-Binding Letter of Intent to Merge with Blockchain Globa

- August 21st, 2017

BTCS (OTCQB:BTCS) has announced it has signed a non-binding letter of intent to merge with Blockchain Global. As quoted in the press release: BCG operates four distinct business lines, an institutional exchange platform, transaction verification services (bitcoin mining), a blockchain start-up accelerator, and a blockchain technology consultancy. BCG generated AU$5.9 million (approximately US$4.4 million) revenue … Continued

BTCS (OTCQB:BTCS) has announced it has signed a non-binding letter of intent to merge with Blockchain Global.
As quoted in the press release:

BCG operates four distinct business lines, an institutional exchange platform, transaction verification services (bitcoin mining), a blockchain start-up accelerator, and a blockchain technology consultancy. BCG generated AU$5.9 million (approximately US$4.4 million) revenue in FY16, a 300% increase over FY2015 revenue. BCG has approximately US$3.5 million in assets comprised of bitcoin and cash as of July 1, 2017, and is currently supporting its business through profit from operations. The reported revenues are audited in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards and are financial measures not calculated in accordance with U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (“GAAP”). See the section below under “Non-GAAP Financial Measures”.
BCG’s ACX.io Exchange:
BCG wholly owns and operates ACX.io, an Australian Bitcoin Exchange and liquidity provider. Leveraging BCG’s asset security, exchange IP, and a proprietary liquidity engine, ACX provides a process to buy and sell bitcoin. Further, through ACX, BCG operates a proprietary arbitrage engine which captures a spread across multiple liquidity pools.
BCG Transaction Verification Services (bitcoin mining):
BCG currently owns approximately 6 petahash (“PH”) of mining capacity in a purpose-built outsourced facility in China. BCG’s China operation has access to electricity at approximately US$0.04/kwh.
BCG’s Start-up Accelerator:
BCG complements its core business operations with a novel start-up accelerator program targeted at companies that are developing innovative blockchain technologies and applications. Through BCG’s Melbourne Blockchain Center, a 6,000 square-foot leased facility launched in late 2014 and located in the heart of Melbourne, BCG has played a role in accelerating the development of a number of companies. BCG typically retains an equity stake in the companies it incubates and/or receives a licensing agreement or other economic incentive.

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