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Being a startup in the Bitcoin space can be a bumpy ride, and just like in any mainstream industry, the percentage of startups that make hay right from the start is pretty low.
The Federal Reserve published a paper about the growth of virtual currencies; NASDAQ is expected to be the first major exchange operator and other news.
Bitcoin-based service Bitreserve has launched the voucher app Easy.money.
Founded by Ruben Galindo and Antonio Garcia of Mexico City, AirTM is a service that depends on the Bitreserve API to make transfers from the “new money” in the cloud to the “old money” of the cash system.
Bitwage is looking to take Bitcoin and Gold to the cloud by offering a new service called “Cloud Savings.”
MSN Money spoke with Bitreserve’s new CEO, Anthony Watson, on Tuesday to talk about the business model of the Bitcoin startup he now heads, and the “challenges and long-term goals” of both his company and Bitcoin.
Former US agents charged with pocketing hundreds of thousands of dollars in bitcoin reached a plea agreement with prosecutors; Anthony Watson has been made CEO at Bitreserve and more news
BTC Guild will close shop in New York over the Bitlicense; Goldman Sachs plans to launch its own LendingClub competitor; Adam Back has called for more open discussion on the Bitcoin Block size and more news
A 17-year-old jihadist teenager faces up to 15 years in prison for posts about encryption and Bitcoin, Bitreserve has announced that it is dropping fees for currency conversions, and more news
A cryptocurrency fund managed has raised over US$1 million; GoCoin and Ziftr announce merger agreement; rewards programs exempted from New York's BitLicense and more news
Bitcoins are widely called “digital gold,” so it's fitting that many crypto fans like their physical gold, too. Several companies have sprung up in the last two years to serve this bitcoins-to-gold market.
Halsey Minor, an American serial tech entrepreneur widely known to have founded CNET in 1993, has set his sights on the Indian market with Bitreserve, his latest venture that he unveiled in 2014.
Factom, an open source platform providing a data layer for the Bitcoin blockchain, has hired former Morgan Stanley investment manager Jacob Dienelt as its head treasurer, the company announced on Monday.
Brazillian Bitcoiner will attempt to place the BTC flag at the Everest base-camp; the 50th Bitcoin obituary has been recorded in the press; Koinify teams up with Clef for a new form of secure 2FA and other top stories for March 23.
Bitreserve's Halsey Minor had some interesting comments comparing Bitcoin and Netscape, but his company is chugging right along, Yesterday it added more stores of value for its users.
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