NYC— June 8, 2018— After years of development, Music Artist Freedom Williams along with Financier Dr. Charlie Williamson are launching the world’s first interface where consumers can buy and sell using cryptocurrencies, XAIBE (pronounced Chai-bay). The name of Mayan origin means crossroads and this new platform is redefining and taking e-commerce in a new direction.
XAIBE, an online superstore, allows consumers to use their cryptocurrencies to purchase everyday items such as clothes, cars, shoes, jewelry, furniture, music, books and other household items. The online store will accept popular cryptocurrencies Bitcoin, Litecoin, Etherum, Dash, Ripple, and Monero.
The distinguishing characteristic of XAIBE compared to similar services like eBay or Amazon is its exclusive use of cryptocurrency. “We thought this is the next evolution in the online economy,” said co-founder Dr. Charlie Williamson, a leading advocate for cryptocurrency and the blockchain platform. He continues, “Our platform is groundbreaking in that it offers users a level of anonymity while at the same time removing barriers to international buying and selling. XAIBE is an “exchange-free” site, meaning you can make purchases in various countries without having to convert currencies. In doing so, it streamlines the online economy and opens up the marketplace to individuals without access to traditional financial institutions.”
The site is set to launch in mid-June 2018 and will feature hundreds of merchants from around the world.
“If you can buy it on eBay, Amazon, Etsy, or even Facebook Marketplace, you can buy it on XAIBE. And better yet you can use your preferred crypto and choose your level of anonymity,” stated co-founder Freedom Williams.
For those interested in merchant accounts on XAIBE are encouraged to contact Jakki Lakes at email@example.com.
About the Founders
Dr. Charlie Williamson
Charles Williamson is an accomplished corporate strategic leader with an impressive record of achievement in driving global processes, operations and infrastructure enhancement for Fortune 500 firms (Citigroup, JPMorgan, UBS) He is an expert in driving significant improvements in productivity, quality, and compliance, together with securing multimillion-dollar cost savings.
In his most recent role as Chief Process Office & Executive Director at UBS, Charles was Personally selected by the CIO of Infrastructure Service to provide visionary leadership, defining process management strategy and objectives for a world leader in financial advisory services, supporting operations across Asia, India, UK, US, and Latin America. In this role, he was credited with building a talented, high-performance global automation data analytics team to millions in cost savings through the development of practical and transformational initiatives including workforce strategy, vendor agreement renegotiation, and emerging technologies.
Charles holds a Bachelor of Arts in History and Masters of Science in Leadership and Strategic Management from Manhattanville College, and a Doctorate in Management and Organizational Leadership from the University of Phoenix.
In the 1990’s, as the front-man/emcee and co-founder of the multi-platinum selling C+C Music Factory. The Brooklyn native’s commanding rap style propelled the group to the top of the charts. The collective successfully amassed a total of thirty-five music industry awards worldwide, including five American Music Awards, five Billboard Awards, two MTV Awards, several ASCAP Pop Awards, and several Grammy Awards nominations.
Freedom Williams has always stood out amongst his Hip-Hop and Dance music peers. His rapping is prominently featured on many of C+C Music Factory’s party anthems from their debut album, such as the Billboard Hot 100 #1 platinum single “Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now),” as well as other infectious club classics like “Here We Go (Let’s Rock & Roll)” and “Things That Make You Go Hmmm…” These songs have been featured in hit movies and television shows such as Space Jam, Dancing With The Stars, Jarhead, Evan Almighty, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Happy Feet, and Pain & Gain.
Along with carrying the C+C Music Factory brand, Freedom released his solo debut, “Freedom” on Columbia Records. His singles “Voice of Freedom” and “Groove Your Mind” both featured prominently in the Billboard Top 100 charts.
Currently, Freedom divides his time between the recording studio, touring, and developing the XAIBE brand. He has currently signed a deal with Sony Records, BMG, and 50 50 Global EDM to release the new version of Every Body Dance Now Sweat 25th.
Sheila Hunt Rossiter
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