The easiest way to embed up to 80 characters into the blockchain.


Marybeth, you are my best friend and sweetheart forever. I love you. John A.

No one can touch the Cubs when Arrieta is pitching.

PV=nRT is the coolest scientific formula known to humankind.

One tweet is free — see below to try now.

You'll get a Blockchain Receipt as proof of having etched your words permanently and indelibly into the distributed general ledger system shared by thousands of computers globally.

If you are in business or the financial services industry then, most likely, you have already heard the "buzz" about the blockchain. Where is the discussion headed? Get prepared for tomorrow by informing yourself today — you are cordially invited to experience the capabilities of this state-of-the-art technology — easily from your own computer or device.

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1. Currently, tweets are written into the Bitcoin blockchain. Each tweet or message is individually stored in plain, human-readable text within a unique transaction; tweets are not hashed, encrypted or bundled together. More blockchains coming soon.
2. Your Blockchain Receipt will indicate a unique reference number where your tweet can be looked up instantly at any future time. Share with family, friends, colleagues.
3. How does it work? What is our "secret sauce"? We are running a full network node which, along with custom programming and systems administration, allows us to embed so-called arbitrary data into the OP_RETURN field of transactions. But that's probably more than you need to know. As the Wizard of Oz said to Dorothy, Scarecrow and the gang, "Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain."
4. First tweet is free. If you like the demo, add 10 tweet credits for $10.
5. Thank you for reading the fine print. Since you have taken the time to come this far, claim your reward: Get $2 off with coupon code: twobucks when adding credits. Steven will think of you when grabbing a panini in Little Italy.