Welcome to the Bitswift wiki where all things Bitswift will exist
Currently under heavy development.
Bitswift is a fully featured blockchain platform with a business focus. The Bitswift platform and its tokens (Bitswift tokens) are promoted, supported and integrated through registered businesses and by a growing fleet of technology professionals.
- 1 Bitswift History
- 2 Company & Product Information
- 3 Blockchain and Token Information
- 3.1 Features
- 3.2 Supported Sub Tokens
- 3.3 Fee Schedule
- 3.4 Exchange Integration
- 3.5 Bitswift child chain API
- 3.6 Support
- 3.7 Installing
- 3.8 Resources
The Bitswift blockchain gave birth to its first public block on September 30th 2014
Company & Product Information
Bitswift Technology Solutions head office is located in Ontario, Canada. The company provides technology solutions to business and residential users and generally supports them with their technology infrastructure.
The Bitswift.shop (https://bitswift.shop) is a product of Bitswift Technology Solutions Inc. The shop sells technology products and tech support options. Products drop ship from Bitswift Techs distributors directly to end users and businesses within Canada. The Bitswift.shop accepts crypto-currency and various blockchain based tokens as payment.
Bitswift Decentralized Applications Inc head office is located in Ontario, Canada. Bitswift Decentralized Applications Inc is responsible for the ongoing development of the Bitswift token blockchain products and applications which utilize the Bitswift tokens.
Bitswift.network is a product of Bitswift Decentralized Applications Inc. It provides a basic block explorer and web access to the Bitswift blockchain.
Blockchain and Token Information
Below is a list of features supported by the Bitswift child chain as it relates to the native Ardor client, click on the headings for more information.
Bitswift child chain implements an alias system that translates alphanumeric text into almost anything: account addresses, email addresses, URLs, phone numbers, SKU codes, and more. This enables the ability to function as a Decentralized DNS system, but adds additional possibilities for mapping short names to other entities.
This feature allows Bitswift users to send small amounts of data through the decentralized network. The term "message" is loose: this feature can be used to send simple text messages, but can also be used to send up to 1000 bytes of any data. As a result, it can be used to build decentralized services such as file-sharing services, decentralized applications, and higher-level Bitswift services.
Component which automatically transfers tokens, assets or digital currencies from a funding account to recipient accounts when the amount held by the recipient accounts drops below a set threshold.
Used to exchange cryptocurrencies and other digital assets in a decentralized manner on the Bitswift blockchain. Functions identical to the Nxt asset exchange.
Bitswift bundlers collect fees in Bitswift token in order to secure Bitswift transactions on the Ardor parent chain.
The Bitswift blockchain platform enables Bitswift tokens to be verified securely between participants in a peer to peer manner.
Used to store user-defined data. All forms of data can be uploaded keeping a permanent and immutable record of that data through SHA256 hash stored within the Blockchain.
Phasing allows transactions with deferred execution, with or without conditions. Phasing could be considered a form of smart transactions.
Bitswift blockchain plugins enables third-party developers to add functionality to the Bitswift Client Interface.
Token Shuffling is a privacy feature which enables users to mix their digital tokens quickly and efficiently with other users' tokens by creating a random mapping between the existing user accounts and a new recipient accounts provided by the users.
The secure, encrypted, consensus-based nature of the Bitswift child chain allows the implementation of a voting system that guarantees anonymity and security, without relying on a central authority to tally votes.
Supported Sub Tokens
The Bitswift project has official tokens which are supported by the Bitswift dev team and promoted by the Bitswift family of companies. TECH token and CREDIT token.
The following page details the fee schedule on the Ardor platform
The following page explains how to integrate the Bitswift tokens, into a crypto-currency exchange.
Bitswift child chain API
The Bitswift blockchain utilizes the fully featured Ardor blockchain API which is very similar to the Nxt API.
Detailed API examples can be found here: https://bitswift.network:27876/test
All support requests related to the Bitswift digital ecosystem are handled internally by Bitswift representatives through a ticketing system.
External links, exchanges, block explorers, newsletters, graphics and branding etc
Branding material related to the Bitswift project, for public use.
A list of exchanges which support Bitswift tokens.
Common questions and answers