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What is BIThashex ?

We are an esteemed Fintech Company ex-tending cutting-edge provisions on Block-chain Platform.

Financial Objectives

1 - Financial Growth: To exceed one Billion in next 10 years.

2 - Financial Growth: To increase revenue by 35% annually.

3 - Financial Efficiency: To increase net profit by 20% annually

Strategic Objectives

1 - Our aim is to minimize the hassle and unnecessary limitations of bureaucracy and build an easy-to-use, user-centric platform for mass adoption.

2 - To provide new and prospective projects and their communities with a reliable platform and multiple pairings.s




Token Sale

BithashEX plans on extending to it’s users for the ease of navigation is the meticulously filtered list(s) of tokens based on projects, sectors or businesses they are driven by.

Initial Sales

1,000,000,000 (20%)

Escrow & Reserves

810,000,000 (16.2%)

Community

300,000,000 (6%)

Dev & Marketing

750,000,000 (15%)

Staking and Bounty

1,000,000,000 (20%)

Team & Advisor

250,000,000 (5%)

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Bithashex Key services:

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We are an esteemed Fintech Company ex-tending cutting-edge provisions with our Platform:

  • TradingModule
  • bhax Smart Cards
  • ExchangePlatform
  • LiquiditySolution
  • KYC/AML
  • Remittance

Our Roadmap

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We are here to serve you in all aspects

BithashEx OÜ is a radical product that aims to change the game of Global Crypto Remittance Services. A renowned Estonia registered Fin-tech organization- Bithashex OÜ along with it’s experienced team, lead by charismatic Founder – Jafar Safari, have a long-standing specialization in provision of full flock Financial Services for the adoption of technologi-cally enhanced Digital Assets by users from all-spheres of life.

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Jafar Safari
CEO & Founder
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Jafar Safari

CEO & Founder

Jafar Safari, is the CEO and Founder of Bithashex OÜ and Money Globe Financial Group and has nearly two-decades of ripe expertise and dexterity in managing Global remittances. Jafar, with the main aim of streamlining the processing and trading of Digital Assets on Exchanges, have devised the BithashEx Platform to provide a sustainable environment for crypto-aspirants cohesively. An esteemed member of – National Crwodfunding and Fintech Association (NCFA) and As-sociation of Fiancial Professionals (AFP) Vancouver, Jafar has ceaselessly worked towards improving the user experience and enhancing the financial portfolios offered to clients

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Mohit Sirohi
Technical Director
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Mohit Sirohi

Technical Director

Mohit Sirohi is the Tech Director of Bithashex OÜ and CEO and Founder of Vegavid. An alumni from elite technical institute of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT Bombay), Mohit has rich expertise in development of innovative user centric solutions entailing latest technological enhancements.

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Naveen Kumar
Technical Director
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Naveen Kumar

Technical Director

Naveen is the Tech Director of Bithashex OÜ and CTO & Co-Founder of Vegavid Technology. He brings extensive experience from finance and eComerce domains. Naveen has worked as Vice President(Technology) in Morgan Stanley which is one of the leading investment banks on Wall Street. With over a dacade of proven experience in designing and developing complex enterprise grade applications, Naveen is leading various projects in Bithashex OÜ

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Ali Jafari
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Ali Jafari

Accounting Manager

Over half a decade of robust experience, Ali has rendered invaluable services to numerous Indigenous and Multi-national organizations and helped them undertake informed decisions to achieve amped up financial growth over the years. Proficient in Full cycle AP/AR ac-counting, Banking, SAP FI module, QuickBooks, Sage Accounting and MS office, Ali owing to his persistent determination and unque nhe-able work drive, has received sereral accolades for his countless efforts.

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Nauman Abuzar
Compliance Officer
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Nauman Abuzar

Compliance Officer

Nauman is a compliance, audit and accounts professional with more than 12 years of global experience across the Remittance, Cross-Border Payments, Money Services Business (MSB), Foreign Exchange, Cryptocurrencies, FinTech, Non-Profit Organizations & Financial Service Sector.His broad background includes regulatory compliance, operational compliance, AML/CTF/KYC compliance, design and implementation of the compliance process, oversight programs, policy developments, enhancement of operations, training programs, internal audit projects, accounting, and internal controls review.

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Carmen Celeste
Cyber Secutity Expert
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Carmen Celeste

Cyber Secutity And Threat Hunter

Carmen Celeste, a connoisseur in Information and Cyber Security has unrivaled experience of 25 years in development and improvisation of information security policies and standards based on ISO 27000 NIST, COBIT,ITIL Standards

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Akshay Arun Bapat
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Akshay Arun Bapat

Technical Consultant

Akshay Arun is an accomplished Technical Consultant working in the field of Computer Science with core focus on targeted Big Data andMachine Learning applications.An alumni of elite Indian Technical Institution- IIT (Bombay), Arun believes in continuously enhancing one's aptitude. Currently, he is pursuing Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Toronto.

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Faizan Khan
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Faizan Khan

CSR and Web Support

An adept Computer Engineer, Faizan has assisted many organizations with sound analytical judgements and assisted them in scaling of their digi-tal products internationally, with special context to RFID and Internet of Things. He also has remarkable experience in provision of customized commercial solutions to organizations accross the globe for efficient realization of their P-L, Growth, Sales and Distribution Policies

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Dhananjana Joshi (DJ)
International Marketing Manager
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Dhananjana Joshi (DJ)

International Marketing Manager

Dhananjana has a degree in MBA with core specialization in International Business from one of the Top Management Universities in India. She has remarkable experience in working with Clientele across all major Global Markets, including- USA, UK, Canada, Australia, Russia, GCC etc. She has developed synergistic Marketing plans for companies from IT, Pharmaceuticals, FMCG and Healthcare Sectors and contributed significantly towards attainment of their cost and profit optimization goals. Staying au courant with the tide of global technical evolution, DJ has benefacted innumerous enterprises with macro adaptation of Blockchain Technologies in order to enhance their international competitive advantage.

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Adrien Marchand
AML Director
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Adrien Marchand

AML Director

Adrien Marchand is AML director of Bithashex OU. After gaining expertise in the Legal and banking sector in Crédit Mutuel Arkea in Paris, now, Adrien is managing and directing the AML and personal data compliance division of Bithashex. Adrien ensures that compliance is duly applied and that the team is up to date with all the evolutions in regulation. He has been a part of the team of several cryptocurrency projects in Europe, before eventually fulfilling an ambition by raising up to Bithashex's management chair.

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Frequently Asked Question

Below we’ve provided a bit of BithashEx, BithashEx Token, cryptocurrencies, and few others. If you have any other questions, please get in touch using the contact form below.

What is an ICO?

An initial coin offering (ICO), also known as a digital token sale or crowdsale, is a way of raising funds from the public for the development of a product outside of the traditional VC world. Usually products are blockchain-based technologies, but the crowdsale model is increasingly being used for other kinds of projects as well.

Each project creates a new cryptocurrency in the form of tokens, which are then sold to the public to raise funds for project development.

If a product successfully completes their ICO funding goal, their tokens are distributed to those who bought them and they become tradeable on the cryptocurrency market. If the product itself is then successful, these tokens can potentially become very valuable (ex. this is what happened with ETH, the computing platform Ethereum’s coin, which was originally sold to the public as tokens during the project’s own ICO).

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In order to fully understand what ICOs are all about, we first need to understand what dapps are. Although it is not difficult to build your own blockchain, it is difficult to maintain its continuity. This is why many developers are currently building dapps that are running on top of the Ethereum Network. This has the advantage that they do not have to maintain their own blockchain in order to operate. Dapps are like apps which you currently find in the Apple or Google play store. But dapps are not hosted by one authority, such as Apple or Google, but hosted and shared across all the computers that are part of the Ethereum blockchain.

Dapps are nothing more than the interface of the smartcontract who is connected to the blockchain. The easiest way to understand this is to imagine how traditional websites work. A traditional website uses HTML, CSS, and javascript to create the interface of a webpage (or app). Behind this webpage is a database, on a central server, where all data is available. Take Facebook for example, the page you see with all your personal details is made in HTML. Your data, such as your age, occupation, music, and movie preferences are all in a database. When you open a specific page, the web page must grab your data from that database. This is done through an API (application programming interface). This program communicates between the web page and the database to get the right information on the right page, like this:

Webpage → API → database

A dapp is similar to a traditional website, the interface uses the same technology to make the page (or dapp). However, the big difference is that the dapp does not contact a central database through an API. The smart contract acts like the API. The smart contract communicates between the dapp and the blockchain, like this:

Dapp → smart contract → blockchain

Dapps are essentially decentralized apps who cannot be censored or shut down by one authority.

Each smart contract is executed (calculated) by all computers in the Ethereum blockchain. This means that there is much redundancy (good) but also that it costs a lot of energy (bad). It is therefore costly to carry out these calculations. These costs are directly linked to the calculation that your code performs when you make a transaction through your smart contract. These costs are calculated in the form of gas “fuel”, in this case ethers.

The word gas is completely random, it’s just a label for the costs you have to pay to perform a calculation on the network.

The cost of gas is determined by the market, when you decide to pay more gas for a transaction, the computers in the network will prioritize your transaction. This gives the miners who calculate the transaction, additional revenue.

The entire Ethereum blockchain is a giant mass of computers connected in a peer to peer network. This creates a supercomputer that competes with existing centralized systems. In fact, the entire network can be visualized as a single entity called the ‘Ethereum Virtual Machine’ or EVM in short. All the transactions that have happened and will ever happen in this network are automatically updated and recorded in an open and distributed ledger. So what is the advantage of this?

Before we explain, it is important to know what a ‘smart contract’ is. Smart contracts are a series of instructions, written using the programming language ‘solidity’, which work on the basis of the IFTTT logic aka the IF-THIS-THEN-THAT logic. They can control, for example, the exchange of: money, possessions, communications, documents or anything else that has value.

A smart-contract is basically just computer code that is executed (calculated) by all the computers in the Ethereum network. The Ethereum blockchain gives the code some unique features, such as: unchangeability, distributed, and verifiable state. This unchanging and verifiable state is stored on the blockchain and is accessible by everyone.

The best way to understand how a smartcontract works is by imagining a coffee machine. Each and every step that you take acts like a trigger for the next step to execute itself.

  • • I give the coffee machine some money.
  • • I push the button corresponding to the coffee i want.
  • • the coffee comes out.

The machine delivers the coffee without any human intervention. Now an example of an application that uses a smart contract:

A start-up called Slock.it, has developed a smart contract for renting apartments. When a tenant has paid the bill, arrives on the right date, and identifies himself as the correct person, the door automatically unlocks. A scanner, which is built into the door, verifies these facts on the blockchain and when approved, the door is opened. The blockchain eliminates the need for a trusted intermediary or counterparty. Every transaction that you do through the smart contract will get recorded and updated by the network. What this does is that it keeps everyone involved with the contract accountable for their actions. It takes away human malice by making every action taken visible to the entire network.

I only have USD. What’s the best way to purchase USD with USD?

We are looking to provide USD account for the amounts above $5,000, for the amounts less than $5,000 Use your USD to purchase ETH or BTC,and then use them to purchase bhax tokens.

You can buy bhax with EUR, BTC, ETH and USDT

bhax will be listed on Bithashex platform to trade BUY and SALE.

An also we are currently in talks with several exchange platforms. We will announce as we finalize partnerships.

The token price during the token sale is $10.

What are tokens?

A token is a digital asset that is sold to the public during an ICO campaign, usually for other popular cryptocurrencies, namely BTC or ETH, or sometimes directly for fiat currency. Unlike a cryptocurrency, tokens usually do not have their own blockchain, but rather are hosted on another blockchain, such as Ethereum’s.

Once an ICO campaign is complete, the token developers can release the tokens on an exchange, where they can be traded and fluctuate in value, like any other cryptocurrency.

Tokens can also have other functions that are particular to the product that issued them. However, tokens themselves do not necessarily give rights or equity to the product/company that originally issued them – in that sense tokens are definitively not equal to shares in a traditionally structured company.

Yes, we have a discount for large purchases (up to 50%) based on public sales price. To apply, click here or get in touch at support@bithashex.com

Yes, for purchases bhax we will need to collect participants’ email, mailing address, and government-issued photo I.D. with a valid expiration date.

Yes, the airdrop will run from xxx to xxx and will see the distribution of one Hundred Thousand with 200% return, means for each bhax with 50% discount at $0.005 will get 3 bhax in total.

Bithashex is a pure utility token for an operational network. As such, everybody can participate in the token sale, not just high net worth individuals.

How much can I make from investing in an ICO?

This is a number that will vary and will depend on your investment strategy and how much you have invested. Obviously the more money you put in, the bigger the return however, the riskier it becomes. Time also plays a huge factor when investing in ICOs, you could take out money early or wait it out. These factors will impact your earnings/losses.

You store your tokens in a digital wallet just the same as you would store a cryptocurrency like Ethereum. Which wallets you can use is dependent on which blockchain the tokens are issued on. Most commonly tokens launch on the Ethereum blockchain. This would enable you to use any Ethereum wallet. We have a complete guide of howto’s on wallets here.

The best way to evaluate an ICO is to analyze every single aspect of the project and narrow it down to its precise strategy. Some factors to consider include:

  • • Business model: Identify the strong points and weak links of the business model. Does the company really need an ICO with its own currency? How does the company integrate crypto token with its business model? Can you use the crypto token outside its ecosystem? Enquire from people who understand the technology and discuss these points with them.
  • • Project team: Find out every single detail you can about the development team and the advisory board. Look for ICOs that have teams with proven track record in the crypto-asset and blockchain industry.
  • • Community feedback: ICOs are announced on community forums and the marketing part kicks in afterward. Check the community feedback for the project and how the project team responds to it. Visit, Twitter or Facebook pages of the projects. Be aware of paid reviews or bounty posts that pay participants to spread positive information about the project.
  • • Current product state: ICOs that have a product near completion or halfway down the development track have higher chances. Find out the current project stage and whether the development team is on schedule or not.
  • • VC involvement: The involvement of a big crypto VC is a positive sign. Find out if the company has VC support or better if they have a VC on board.
  • • Market niche: How intense is the competition in the selected market niche? Research on any previous businesses working in the same industry, and match their fundamentals with what the company is working on.

The first requirement to participate in an ICO event is the ownership of cryptocurrencies. Start by registering an account on a digital currency exchange like Coinbase.com. The next step is to load fiat currency such as USD, EUR, or Yen, in your account, and purchase the desired cryptocurrency. After the purchase, you can store your digital currency in a web wallet or choose a hardware cryptocurrency wallet.

At the time of an ICO, start by carefully understanding the ICO agreement, which includes the details such as target price per coin, timeline, and other rules governing the transaction. Every company recommends specific wallets for the transaction, so go ahead and download the wallet. The norm is for ICO projects to provide a receiving wallet address on the ICO web page that people can send their contributions to. Investors are encouraged to send any amount they are comfortable with provided it corresponds with the price per project token. The project team then delivers the corresponding token amounts to the investor’s wallet. The tokens can be stored on web, mobile, or hardware cryptocurrency wallet.

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