On March 22nd, as part of the v1.26 Client Upgrade, BitBay is giving you another tool to make sure your BAY remains in your possession. The Anti-Keylogger is another new addition in Client v1.26 to improve security. This feature gives you the ability to enter your passphrases using your mouse without pressing letters on the keyboard.
Today the plan was to post another BitBay v1.26 Feature Focus piece, but an interview popped up on the Block Chain Invest website with answers to questions I do not believe have ever been asked before. I am sure you will discover some new and interesting BitBay information while reading it. I will have a summary of the new the Anti-Keylogging feature for you in a couple days leading up to the next update on March 22nd.Read more
Though Client Staking does not have to do with security or privacy like most of the other updates in v1.26, I personally appreciate the convenience Client Staking offers BitBay users.
The public release of BitBay’s Client v1.26 by the end of March comes with a few new key features we want to tell you about over the next few days. This new version is actually already live, and we are currently testing, perfecting and documenting for public release. If you would like to help test and try it out yourself, come visit us in BitBay Slack and one of the core members there will send you the link to get the update.
BitBay’s newest updates to their decentralized Smart Client are scheduled for release in March. The updates include many features to make your Marketplace experience both more secure and user friendly.Read more
The BitBay development team has been asked to comment on the possible link between one of BitBay’s original founders, and Patrick Dai, a co-founder of the QTUM Project. BitBay's lead developer, David Zimbeck has confirmed the man using the name Patrick Dai from QTUM, was known as Steven Dai when he was associated with BitBay.Read more
The BitBay development team has discovered the unauthorized use of the BitBay.Market website’s theme, proprietary information, and branded material in an attempt to mislead people seeking information concerning its Smart Contract Client and Digital Currency asset.Read more
In an effort to bring BitBay to the world, a new campaign kicks off with an article released today at BitcoinPRBuzz. The article will saturate markets in many online arenas and be broadcast in multiple languages. Please take the time to read and leave a comment telling why you are a BitBay fan!Read more
Amidst the constant stream of new crypto projects, BitBay has been consistently adding features to what might be the most awesome and secure wallet in the cryptocurrency space. Lead developer David Zimbeck, known for creating BitHalo/BlackHalo, has been working quietly over the past two years improving and updating the software suite. The software supports an entire smart contracting interface with decentralized markets as well as many other features.Read more
BitBay allows you to create contracts where you can buy, sell, or exchange whatever you want. BAY is the built-in currency, and is required for all contracts, but not only for payments as you might automatically think. BAY is used for a much more important reason than just purchasing; it is also used as collateral to assure all parties complete a deal.Read more