Bitcoin Company HashingSpace Offers DWAC to Shareholders

Washington-based Bitcoin ASIC mining and hosting company HashingSpace Corporation has announced today that it will offer Deposit/Withdrawal at Custodian (DWAC) services to its shareholders.

DWAC is a method of e-transferring new shares or paper share certificates from the Depository Trust Company (DTC), which acts as a clearinghouse for settling trades. Investors benefit from holding securities in registered form on the books of the transfer agent, rather than in physical form.

Terry Taylor, Chief Financial Officer of HashingSpace Corporation said

We are pleased to be able to offer shareholders this service. We have set a goal at HashingSpace to provide shareholders services that make investing in our company a positive experience. This will allow for a much faster transfer and delivery of securities. This is also safer for shareholders as they don’t have to worry about physical certificates and the cost of moving physical documents.

The announcement comes a day after the Bitcoin focused company announced that it has completed a reverse merger with Milestone International Corporation, filed its 8-K with the US SEC, and that it will be trading on the OTC markets under the new ticker, HSHS. Investors can view the entire company information, including stock trading, filings, and market data under the new ticker.

The Company hopes to become the leader in Bitcoin services industry and hence, is working on innovations to cater to the expanding Bitcoin ecosystem. Among the services that HashingSpace currently provides include:

  • HASHHOSTING – Servers fully managed and specifically set-up for ASIC mining
  • HASHMINING – Owns a mining firm
  • HASHATM – Owner and operator of Bitcoin ATMs
  • HASHWALLET – Bitcoin consumer wallet for Bitcoin transactions
  • HASHPOOL – Public Stratum and P2Pool (Web/IOS/Android)
  • HASHVAR – Wholesaler of Bitcoin servers and Bitcoin ATM machines

Bitcoin business interested in reselling HashingSpace products and services should contact them by visiting www.hashingspace.com or by calling on 1-8555-HASHING (427-4464).

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