VibraVid.io is proud to announce that the platform’s native token BeatzCoin (BTZC) will be listed on the top-tier cryptocurrency exchange HitBTC, the world’s 19th largest digital asset exchange by volume.
BeatzCoin’s listing on HitBTC is occurring in conjunction with BTZC’s integration and partnership with Changelly Exchange. The listing on HitBTC makes BeatzCoin the first community-built TRON-based token to be listed on the top-tier exchange, further increasing the exposure and future liquidity of the BTZC token and the VibraVid platform. The HitBTC listing will transpire following the conclusion of the BeatzCoin IEO, which has its 2nd round starting on ProBit.com Exchange Launchpad on October 9, at 9 PM in New York (EST).
HitBTC is a leading European Bitcoin and cryptocurrency exchange that provides trading services to institutional, merchant and retail traders worldwide. With an adjusted 24-hour trading volume exceeding 777 million USD on October 7, and a weekly volume of 2.4 billion USD, HitBTC is one of the Top 20 crypto exchanges in the world according to CoinMarketCap.
VibraVid.io officially launched its new music and video blockchain platform powered by the BeatzCoin token and built on the TRON network on September 29. The platform has attracted more than 1,200 new registered users within the first 7 days since its launch and recorded over 12,000 transactions on the TRON blockchain. The VibraVid platform is the world’s first blockchain application to successfully integrate the BitTorrent File System (BTFS) as its decentralized storage solution of large audio and video files. The implementation of BTFS Mainnet eliminates the possibility of a central point of failure for VibraVid’s library of files, an issue centralized streaming platforms suffer from today.
Computer scientist and prominent crypto industry leader John McAfee is a long-time adviser for BeatzCoin. On October 4, McAfee tweeted to his more than 1.1 million followers that his latest video podcast with BeatzCoin was available exclusively on VibraVid.io and that each user who watched the full podcast would be rewarded instantly with a 50 BTZC bounty. More than 677 users have watched the video thus far and received the bounty in their wallet, with 246 likes and hundreds of comments. This simple showcases the power of self-marketing through bounties for artists, musicians and content creators aiming to reach a larger audience and be discovered.
The 2nd round of the BeatzCoin Initial Exchange Offering (IEO) begins on October 9 at 4 PM (EST) on the Korean regulated exchange, ProBit.com Launchpad. ProBit has gained a reputation for hosting numerous successful IEOs, while having one of the simplest user interfaces on the market, advanced security, and a global reach, allowing international users to participate in the BeatzCoin IEO without completing KYC. Verification through KYC is only required to withdraw the purchased BTZC tokens.
BeatzCoin can be purchased on ProBit Launchpad during the 2nd round of the IEO in the following five cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin, Ethereum, TRON and USDT Tether with a bonus of 20%, and ProBit’s own token PROB with a bonus of 25%.
On VibraVid, users from around the world can now upload music, listen to music, upload videos, watch videos and earn cryptocurrency instantly. VibraVid enables artists, musicians and content creators to price, sell and own their own art and content, and share it to the world exactly how they see fit. VibraVid’s overall goal is to disrupt the music and video online entertainment industry by assisting one artist at a time to restore their ownership of their own creation while enabling them to earn a living from their work.
Chief Communications Officer (CCO) VibraVid & BeatzCoin
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