Bitt is a global fintech company that has been engineering digital currency solutions for central banks and financial institutions for over five years. Bitt’s solutions enable central banks and financial institutions to harness the power of digital currencies, both for their own organizations and for their customers. We are a financial software company that catalyzes the transformation from traditional to digital currency systems. Our solutions are critical for the operationalization of CBDC and digital currencies for all ecosystem participants.

Bitt’s market-proven Digital Currency Management System (DCMS) encompasses a core transaction network, Numa architecture (network abstraction layer), a secure minting system, and a Digital Currency Manager for the monetary authority or administrator of the system. In addition, Bitt provides user interfaces for enterprises, merchants, and retail consumers that enable a variety of actions to achieve each users’ objectives in managing digital currency transactions and services. Bitt has built its DCMS to integrate with leading blockchain networks.

The Bitt team includes 60+ highly skilled employees from all over the world. The team has extensive experience in digital currency research, consultations, planning, software development, operational training, merchant acquisition, customer service, and marketing. This unique expertise has been honed through collaboration with the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, National Bank of Belize, Central Bank of Nigeria, and multiple external stakeholders.

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Simon Chantry, Co-Founder and Chief Information Officer


Imran Khan, Executive Vice President, Partnerships

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