BTL GROUP LTD. (TSX-V:BTL) (“BTL” or the “Company”) designed Interbit™, as a 3rd generation, multiple blockchain platform to overcome the limitations of single blockchain platforms. Interbit was built upon blockchain technology at the hypervisor level over the last two years to provide a secure computing environment that ensures privacy of data, and the ability to build applications that are faster, scalable, and more resilient and will support solution development utilizing multiple blockchains.

On April 23, 2018 Interbit was released for feedback and testing (see the Company’s April 23, 2018 press release). Since this release date the Company has completed 42 software updates to the Interbit core and platform, successfully directed towards improving the platform’s stability and functionality. The Company is continuing to receive feedback as it works towards releasing Interbit’s production version.

The Company continues work on Phase 2 with the participants in its European energy trading project (see the Company’s January 22, 2018 press release) to build the OneOffice application for Interbit to deliver cost savings across the trade life cycle for natural gas. During this Phase, utilizing the multiple blockchain nature of Interbit, the Company has developed a “blockchain per trade” architectural approach to building blockchain solutions for trading partners. Once Phase 2 has been completed, the Company expects to take what it has learned and determine the next steps in a production deployment of the OneOffice application that will address reconciliation and settlement across all industries.

Following Interbit’s April 23 release, the Company has taken what it has learned and further refined its strategic focus towards Interbit’s continued development. As a consequence, the Company has reduced run-rate monthly operating costs.

Interbit was demonstrated for the first time in public at the Consensus blockchain conference in New York in May, where the unique nature of Interbit’s multiple blockchain architecture was recognized, including the fact that recent data protection laws are met by Interbit’s architecture (including the “right to be forgotten” requirement set forth in the newly established General Data Protection Regulation in the European Union).



Listed on the TSX Venture Exchange (TSX-V:BTL) and operating from both Canada and the UK with offices in Vancouver, Calgary and London, BTL is a technology platform provider that owns Interbit, a 3rd generation blockchain platform which enables business applications to be built quickly, easily and securely.

Interbit can be licensed by developers and businesses who can build and share their own applications in a trusted ecosystem, allowing them to embrace new revenue generating opportunities. Interbit meets the speed, scale and privacy that older generations of blockchain technology cannot achieve by using chain joining technology to connect multiple blockchains. It offers a simpler, more secure, new way of computing.

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