Start-up from the UK is happy to present a unique project called Matbea.net.
This is the first free publicly available service on the market which allows each user to find out what exchange or company owns a particular bitcoin-address.
According to the service they know the owners of more than 87 000 000 addresses. Famous companies, trading platforms and bitcoin-exchanges are among them. There are Coinbase.com (more than 28 810 000 addresses), BitPay.com (more than 3 000 000 addresses), AlphaBay Market (more than 2 460 000 addresses), Localbitcoins.com (more than 630 000 addresses), Bitfinex.com (more than 530 000 addresses) and many others in our database. The number of addresses is growing every day, and the database is expanding.
Matbea.net is translated into several foreign languages and has an intuitive interface. Moreover using Matbea.net is free and registration takes no more than a minute. After the registration you can see who owns a particular bitcoin address. This option isn't available without registration.
The purpose of this project is to make bitcoin-transactions transparent and protect the cryptocurrency from scammers and hacker attacks.
Also on Matbea.net you can create your own bitcoin-wallet and generate a private key for it. It should be especially noted that all the private keys are stored by each user on their devices and there is no need in transferring them to the site. A distinctive option of this bitcoin-wallet is the ability to make a double waste of funds (doublespend). Sometimes it could be useful, for example when the transaction was incomplete commission for ASAP confirmation of the transaction.
Specialists of the company are ready to answer all any questions and help with using the service
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