July 22, 2015 - Cryptocurrency platform BitX says it welcomes regulatory scrutiny as the firm eyes expansion after a capital injection. Fin24 parent Naspers on Tuesday announced funding of the Singapore-based platform to the tune of $4m.
July 21, 2015 - Emerging market bitcoin exchange startup BitX has just raised a nice fat US$4-million in Series A from PayU — a subsidiary of media and internet powerhouse Naspers. Existing investor Barry Silbert’s Digital Currency Group also participated in the round.
July 7, 2015 - International Bitcoin company, BitX has announced that it will be launching its Bitcoin Wallet, Exchange and Merchant services in Nigeria.
April 2, 2015 - Local crypto-currency players must now also go up against global Bitcoin wallet, exchange, and merchant service BitX, a Singapore-based firm that opened its doors in Jakarta earlier this week.
November 11, 2014 - BitX’s app is the latest in a series of announcements from rivals in the Bitcoin world. At least two other Android and iOS apps launched recently with the same goals in mind. Our first impressions of BitX’s app is that it may well have the edge when it comes to UI and ease of use.
November 4, 2014 - Bitcoin firm BitX, which focuses on bringing bitcoin services to emerging markets, has added Malaysia to its stable of exchanges. The new exchange, which has been operating live for two weeks now, allows Malaysians to link local bank accounts for both deposits and withdrawals in the local currency, the ringgit.
August 19, 2014 - Bitcoin exchange BitX has launched in Kenya, integrating preferred local financial systems such as M-Pesa and bank transfers to enable efficient international payments.
August 8, 2014 - BitX, a secure digital wallet which makes it easy to buy, sell, store, spend and receive Bitcoin, is now live in Kenya. Through BitX, one can conveniently and securely send, receive and store his/ her Bitcoins. The BitX Wallet is hosted on secure servers and Bitcoins are stored offline to ensure the safety of your Bitcoins.
July 24, 2014 - PayFast, an online payment processing company, recently added Bitcoin to its payment platform, allowing buyers to pay with the virtual currency, with sellers receiving South African rands in return. The move is in partnership with local Bitcoin exchange BitX, while online retailer Takealot also announced it will use PayFast's platform to accept the currency.