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21 Inc. plans to embed ASIC bitcoin mining chips into everyday devices, BitGo is said to be patenting Bitcoin's multi signature capabilities, and more news.
CoinTelegraph spoke to Peter Todd about the issue, along with the topics of centralized blockchains and Bitcoin core development funding.
Bitcoin API provider Blocktrail has discovered a bug in BitGo’s security platform that causes Bitstamp's transaction data to be identifiable on the blockchain.
Bitcoin security platform BitGo announced the launch of the first automated open source Key Recovery Service (KRS) software that allows generating, securing and storing private backup keys
A security expert is expected to unveil a new app that is able to crack remembered passphrases, Los Angeles startup Verisart will use the Blockchain to verify artwork authenticity, and more news
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Bitcoin security platform BitGo has released new corporate information showing transactions of over US$1 billion in bitcoin for the most recent quarter.
BitGo has secured the first-ever comprehensive Bitcoin theft insurance from XL Group insurance companies. Bitcoins secured with BitGo’s multi-sig platform will now receive full underwriting protection.
The immense security benefits of multisig transactions have become especially relevant as bitcoins—like all valuable things—are prominent targets of theft. Where users choosing the convenience of web wallets once had to worry about being “Goxxed,” multisig has stepped in to save the day.
Visa Europe believes existing payments companies and new players should cooperate more openly; BitFury announced that it has raised US$20 million in its third venture capital round and more news
Bitstamp released its incident report regarding the hacking of their hot wallet of last January, BitGo announced a new stamp of approval in BTC transactions that aims to help consumers, and more news
Japan's largest Internet company Rakuten Inc. has started to accept Bitcoin as a payment option on its American portal Rakuten.com, MasterCard describes cryptocurrencies as an innovative competitor, and more top stories for March 17.
Bitcoin OTC trading platform BitQuick, announces the integration of pay-to-script-hash (P2SH) multisignature addresses through BitGo to increase security of customer funds.
CoinHako, a Bitcoin wallet and exchange based in Singapore has announced today that their bitcoin reserve is insured by BitGo Inc’s web-based, multisig institutional wallet protection service.
RE/MAX London begins accepting BTC for rent payments, NY BitLicense enters its second 30 day comment period, Bitcoin Foundation attempts to improve Bitcoin’s image and other top stories for February 26.
Swap execution facility (SEF) for Bitcoin TeraExchange, partners up with Bitcoin security platform BitGo to provide greater security in Bitcoin derivatives trading.
BitFury and BitGo have partnered up to beef up BitFury's security with the industry's leading multisignature wallets. The deal also includes an investment into BitGo.
Though BitGo was the wallet software used by Bitfinex who lost $60m of its customers’ funds, Bitwala says it will still work with the provider.
BitQuick.co announced the integration of BitGo Instant, to enable secure zero-confirmation payments which will improve user experience and overall security of the trading platform.
Brave has announced that they are partnering with Coinbase and BitGo to provide Bitcoin wallets and purchasing tools for the Brave Ledger.
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