Interbit – multi-chain architecture

Interbit pioneered the development of a multi-chain architecture to provide immutability in a manner that neither traditional databases nor single blockchains can achieve.

Our technology

Interbit’s fundamental building blocks form the basis of a lightweight and practical infrastructure that segregates data and allows it to be deleted in a transparent manner to meet the growing concerns around privacy.

Our unique architecture allows businesses to build networks comprising many blockchains, providing the benefits of blockchain technology while solving the inherent limitations in scale and privacy faced by single blockchains.

The company’s patent strategy is to seek to protect the unique features of its products that capture the large scale virtualisation of blockchains through a multi-chain software design.

Our Technology

Our Network

Opportunities for Interbit’ technology to be deployed in data management and data aggregation pilot projects and initiatives will accelerate as markets embrace blockchain technology.

Accordingly the Company has chosen partners that will help build this network of opportunities to deliver to customers operational efficiencies and cost savings.

Our Network

Corporate & Investors

Interbit Ltd, formerly BTL Group trades on the TSX Venture Exchange with the ticker symbol ​TSXV:​IBIT.

Information and Documentation regarding Interbit’s scheduled June 24, 2020 Annual General and Special Meeting of Shareholders and its proposed “Change of Business” transaction to a mining issuer, can be found under Corporate & Investors.

Corporate & Investors

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On 20th March Interbit Ltd announced its intention to complete a change of business to become a mining issuer.

The full statement can be viewed here

The IIORC has therefore imposed a temporary suspension (halt) of trading in the security.

“Global economic developments have convinced us that unique mining opportunities – especially in the gold sector - will potentially unfold to allow the Company to deliver exceptional returns to our shareholders over the next 3-5 years,” said Brian Hinchcliffe, CEO of the Company. “The Company will use its cash position and management experience to find mining operations that combine low cost, long life production in politically safe jurisdictions. Alongside this new initiative and direction, the Company will continue to seek to commercialize the intellectual property it has accumulated as a technology company.”

Shareholder approval for the proposed COB Transaction, the Consolidation, the Name Change, and annual meeting matters will be sought by the Company at its Annual and Special Meeting of Shareholders called for June 24, 2020. For further information see Corporate & Investors