In yesterday’s article we provided an overview of the Openledger platform and barely touched the surface of Bitshares. To get started, Bitshares have been around for a long time, and I can remember a couple years ago when we started doing reviews
A year and a half ago, BTS, or Bitshares were above 7000 Satoshi per share, and now they are around 900 Satoshi per share, so this is one of the best price points they have been at to date. This makes them much more attractive in some ways for new buyers who are looking to get some while they are more cheaply priced.
Another cool factor of BTS, or Bitshares, is their fast transaction times, with claims that they will be trying to get to the level of Nasdaq, or at least within a few seconds, to get blazing fast confirmations! This benefit has some real-world values over the sluggishness of Bitcoin, and the problems of Block size that are on the table for Bitcoin.
We went to bitshares.org to get more details and here are some tidbits we found:
Check out Cryptofresh.com for more information on the STATS.
For those looking to cash-in on some discount deals, check out BTER! They are priced approx. 300 satoshi lower than the other exchanges, however, BTER usually keeps their altcoins in lockdown so check to see if their wallets are online, or buy some and save them for future sell. Click the link to Register At BTER: