Free cashback in digital currency on ALL transactions in our store!
Dartmoor Sheepskins has joined the list of online stores that accept Byteball Bytes!
We are delighted to join the list of online stores that accept Byteball Bytes. Even better, we have been accepted on the official Byteball merchant program, which means anyone using our store will receive 10% cashback in this digital currency for free. Bytes are the native currency of the Byteball platform and you can send them and spend them with exceptionally low fees.
Byteball are giving this currency to promote its use and spread awareness.
This free cashback applies to every order, no matter how you pay! The bytes will be sent to your Byteball wallet via smart contract when your transaction is completed in our store. If you don’t yet have a wallet, simply use your email address and the cash will be held online for you to spend as you wish, or to hold to see if the value goes up. The highest price ever paid for Byteball bytes was over £650. The price at the time of writing is just over £150. Cryptocurrencies rise as well as fall so it can seem daunting… when should you jump in? This offer is an easy way to acquire some digital currency at no cost, just tell your friends!
Smart Payments Made Simple.
There are several cool things we like about Byteball. It scales, unlike Bitcoin which has a limit on the number of global transactions per second.
Byteball doesn’t use a blockchain.
Instead of a blockchain Byteball writes the public ledger and confirms transactions using a Directed Acyclic Graph – each transaction verifies other transactions happening at around the same time. The system is infinitely scalable. More is more.
Not Just A Cryptocurrency.
The really exciting thing about Byteball is that, like Ethereum, one can build smart contracts. Unlike Ethereum, Byteball can execute them in unlimited number. Byteball is energy efficient.
“Byteball enables trust where trust couldn’t exist before.
When a contract is created on Byteball platform, it can be trusted to work exactly as agreed upon. Why? Because it is validated by multiple nodes on the decentralized network, which all follow the same immutable rules. The counterparty, even if it is a total stranger, has to behave honestly because only the rules have authority. Such a contract is called a smart contract” – Byteball.org
Right from within the Byteball wallet you can already set up delayed flight insurance, bet on football results and play games, with active development of many more applications using these smart contracts.