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CONVENIENT THAN A CREDIT CARD VERSATILE THAN CASH SECURE THAN FIAT
BETTER THAN A CREDIT CARD

With lower transaction fees than any credit card, better exchange rates than any government backed currency, and faster transaction confirmations than other digital payments, Bitcoin Diamond is the internet’s native currency.

BETTER THAN CASH

Bitcoin Diamond is a global currency that you can use to purchase products from any country and have them shipped to your doorstep, anywhere in the world.
It all costs less than a penny per transaction and no currency exchange is required.

BETTER THAN FIAT

With traditional government-backed currency, it can be difficult to protect your money from theft and inflation. Bitcoin Diamond is a fork of the Bitcoin blockchain, the most widely-used and most secure cryptocurrency. Unlike fiat currency, Bitcoin Diamond has a limited supply to make sure inflation is kept under control.

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Throughout human history, people have been making transactions. Currency has evolved over the years in the form of shells, beads, jewellery, coins, and most recently, fiat money. Fiat money is what most people nowadays are used to. It offers significant benefits over its predecessor in terms of being relatively easy to transport and easily measurable. However, fiat money is not without its limitations — it can be subject to volatile inflation, particularly under the control of unstable governments; it can be inconvenient to use when traveling between countries; it can be counterfeited and it can be stolen relatively easily.

Cryptocurrency solves these problems: it is based on a decentralized blockchain which keeps inflation under control by design; it can be easily accessed from any location; each transaction is verified by multiple computers around the world; and each wallet is guarded by a highly secure private key. By addressing head on the flaws of fiat money, cryptocurrency is emerging as the next phase in the evolution of money.

Here is a simplified explanation of how a cryptocurrency transaction works. For example, Maria in Venezuela wants to purchase a cell phone case from Carlos in Colombia. Maria purchases some Bitcoin Diamond (BCD) from an exchange and transfers it to her digital wallet. From her wallet, she sends a BCD payment to Carlos’ wallet address. The transaction is verified by multiple computers around the world (known as miners) with a cryptographic signature. Once the transaction is confirmed, it is added as a new block to the BCD blockchain. With BCD, each transaction and wallet balance is kept fully anonymous. Almost instantly, the funds will appear in Carlos’ digital wallet and he delivers the cell phone case to Maria.

Bitcoin Diamond uses blockchain and cryptocurrency technology to provide the world’s unbanked and underserved people with a currency they can access, trust, and use. We believe in a world where everyone has equal opportunity to build wealth. Yet there are 1.7 billion people who are repressed from owning a bank account. As a fast, secure digital currency, Bitcoin Diamond aims to free the trapped capital, intellect, and creativity of the world’s emerging population. With Bitcoin Diamond, you have access to a currency that is convenient and secure to use no matter where you live.

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June 4, 2019

BitcoinDiamond Develop Roadmap Phase Two

Implementing BCD DNS Server Seeder, greatly improving seed node stability and availability. In addition to the seed node network load balancing capabilities it also reduces the risk of instability throughout…
Roadmaps
June 3, 2019

BCD Apps Roadmap Update

Fast Track Development Releasing a development toolkit to aid in the production of blockchain applications for the ecosystem. Third Party Support Incorporating a voting and funding system to help development…
Roadmaps
June 3, 2019

BCD Bazaar roadmap

Product Voting Implementing a monthly community vote to request products or services to be added to the Bazaar. Community listings Enabling community members to register for a seller account and…
Roadmaps
June 3, 2019

BCD Pay Roadmap Update

Live Chat and Merchants Adding live chat support to the BCD Pay Wallet; enabling support for merchant directory; integrating into the wallet a list of stores that accept BCD. Ethereum…
BCD Pay Wallet

The BCD Pay Wallet App is getting a major upgrade.

The new version includes features like multi-signature cosigning for Bitcoin and Bitcoin Diamond. You can receive the latest blockchain news as well as browse and shop BCD Bazaar right inside the wallet. The app also features Moon Catcher Crypto Tracker that gives you the ability to predict the price movement.

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June 25, 2019 in Release Notes

BCD Pay Wallet Release Notes

Release Notes: Bug fixes Design and performance improvements Added Autoupdate for Trade and News screens. Data will refresh every 30 seconds Added Smarter Speedometer AI with increased resistance levels from…
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June 4, 2019 in Roadmaps

BitcoinDiamond Develop Roadmap Phase Two

Implementing BCD DNS Server Seeder, greatly improving seed node stability and availability. In addition to the seed node network load balancing capabilities it also reduces the risk of instability throughout…
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June 3, 2019 in Roadmaps

BCD Apps Roadmap Update

Fast Track Development Releasing a development toolkit to aid in the production of blockchain applications for the ecosystem. Third Party Support Incorporating a voting and funding system to help development…
Read More
June 3, 2019 in Roadmaps

BCD Bazaar roadmap

Product Voting Implementing a monthly community vote to request products or services to be added to the Bazaar. Community listings Enabling community members to register for a seller account and…
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