BatMan Switches From The BatPhone To BitPhone

Batman switches phone service from BatPhone to the new, better and safer alternative.

BitPhone, from Solid Cloud, is changing the world once again using bitcoin technology. BitPhone does not require registration for use, and is in fact an anonymous payphone.

BitPhone is Web RTC (Web Real Time Communications) based that can call SIP (ViOP uniform locator similar to URL) addresses, PSTN (Public Switch Telephone Network) Phones and can provide Peer-to-Peer communication. It allows you to visit the website from any Wi-Fi connected phone or device, Internet Café, local library computer terminal or any place you can connect and simply requires a small deposit of some bitcoin or any other approved altcoin, and you can place your call anywhere in the world to more than 200 countries.

BitPhone allows users to change their ‘Caller ID’ to anything they want and all calls are private, secure and encrypted! The anonymous calls function is implemented by hiding your Caller ID, and works on most devices and smart phone.

No software install is required, you can call directly from your browser. BitPhone allows you a refund of any unused balance, unlike Skype which requires a $10 permanent deposit.

Currently you can pay for your calls using bitcoin, dash, litecoin, dogecoin, startcoin, ripple, mastercoin, namecoin and many other altcoins!

Bitphone does not require you to register or install any special software; however, registered users do receive a savings of 15-25% on call rates.


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Keystone 2015 Los Angles is set for August 3rd 2015, and is entitled “How to Harness the Distributed Ledger” and will be discussed in great detail by many of the Financial Tech superstars and leaders.

A few of the cryptocurrency names that will be speaking include Peter Rizzo (US Editor – Coindesk), Vinny Lingham (CEO – Gyft), Will O’Brien (LP – Blockchain Capital), Daniel Palacio (Founder – Authy) and more than a two dozen top specialists in the financial innovation sector.

Keystone 2015 states that “everything you know about ledgers is about to change.” The extent of opportunities for the blockchain and distributed ledger is still in its infancy, yet it seems the sky is the limit.

Every day there is news that another company is considering how this experiment called “bitcoin” has changed the entire operating processes of how money is used, transferred and of course, maintained in ledger.

We in the altcoin community appreciate the power and innovation that has spawned following the release of bitcoin, and may muse from time-to-time as to why everyone else has not got it figured out yet.

Robleh Ali of the Bank’s Financial Market Infrastructure Directorate released in his paper stated that “although the monetary aspects of digital currencies have attracted considerable attention, the distributed ledger underlying their payment systems is a significant innovation.”

Keystone 2015 will address how this innovation can be used and harnessed to bring about global financial change in ways we can not even immagine.