A new cryptocurrency exchange in Jamaica has opened in the capital, Port-au-Prince, after weeks of delay.

Airbitz, which launched earlier this year, will accept BTC, ETH, LTC, and XMR.

The exchange will also accept Bitcoin, Dash, Litecoin, Ethereum, and Dogecoin.

Airbitz is the first Caribbean exchange to accept bitcoin, Dash has more than 25,000 members, and Litecoin has more customers than Ripple.

The exchange is part of a larger project called the “Blockchain Caribbean” that is looking to open a bitcoin ATM in the region, and will be the first in the world to offer a bitcoin service in the country.

Bitcoin is still not widely accepted in the South American country, and some believe that the country will eventually get to the point where it can be used to purchase goods and services with bitcoin.

The government of President Juan Carlos Varela has already said that it is looking into bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, and the country’s currency has been trading below $US10.

Bitcoin is a new technology, and has received mixed reviews in the past.

Some argue that bitcoin is too volatile to hold as a currency and has been used for criminal activity and illegal activity.

Airbase, a cryptocurrency exchange, also raised concerns about the volatility of bitcoin in the last week, which prompted its customers to dump the currency in favor of other digital currencies.

The Airbitza team hopes that the exchange will make Jamaican citizens more familiar with cryptocurrency.

A few weeks ago, the team announced that the company was opening a new cryptocurrency trading platform called “Coin-Swap,” which will allow users to trade in BTC, Litecoins, Dash and other digital currency.

The Coin-Swapture project is based on blockchain technology.

It’s part of CoinSwap, a collaboration between Airbitze and Bitreserve, a decentralized digital asset exchange.

Coin-swapture has received more than $5 million in venture funding, and according to CoinSwaptura, it aims to expand to the Caribbean in 2018.

Coin-swap has already launched a bitcoin trading platform, Coin-Brite, which is currently available to users in the United States.

According to Coin-brite, CoinSwastika’s platform will allow people to buy, sell, and trade digital currencies like bitcoin and ether, while CoinSwax has plans to allow people in the US to buy and sell crypto-currencies and exchange them for fiat currencies.

While some say that it’s hard to see a long-term future for crypto-currency exchanges, there are a few positive signs.

The country is already getting some of the attention from major tech companies like Facebook, Google, and Uber, and more than 40 new companies are launching crypto-based startups.

There are also a few reasons why you shouldn’t be scared of the upcoming launch of a new crypto-economy.

First, it’s a new currency, and Airbitzbex is not yet accepted in most other parts of the world.

Second, the exchange has been slow to get the ball rolling.

Airbizz has been a private company since 2014, and there are only two registered offices in the Republic of the Marshall Islands, which means that it was technically unable to offer any services.

That’s why Airbitbix had to launch the platform in the first place.

The company hopes that it will be able to move quickly with the launch of the Airbitzi platform, which will be based in the Bahamas.

But it will take time to set up the infrastructure, and while there’s still a lot of work to be done, the launch is looking good for now.