Blockstream is a blockchain development company founded by Adam Back in 2014 and headquartered in San Francisco, U.S. Blockstream investors include Horizons Ventures, Blockchain Capital, Digital Currency Group, AXA Strategic Ventures and others. Blockstream is focused on developing Bitcoin sidechains and other blockchain-related applications. Blockstream is also one of the main funders of Bitcoin Core. Blockstream announced a plan to launch a satellite that would broadcast the full Bitcoin blockchain to eliminate the need for internet connection for the use of Bitcoin. Blockstream plans to earn fees taken for the use of the network. Blockstream is also involved in the development of the Lightning Network, writing Bitcoin advancement concepts and is the establisher of Elements Project.
The BTC mining industry is getting a makeover as miners shift their focus to ESG, or environmental, social and governance, initiatives.
Blockstream and Macquarie Group launch Bitcoin mining pilot program
Blockstream has secured $210 million in fresh investment from a U.K. private equity firm and crypto exchange Bitfinex’s operator.
Canadian Bitcoin miner Blockstream joins crypto unicorns with $3.2B valuation
Blockstream is a leading blockchain development company founded by Adam Back in 2014.
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Blockstream has announced the launch of a new security token backed by the company's mining facilities.
Adam Back unveils Blockstream’s new Bitcoin mining security token
The STO will take place on the Luxembourg-based STOKR marketplace.
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Six prominent crypto firms have joined the federation governing Blockstream's Liquid sidechain.
Blockstream expands Liquid Federation, but LBTC adoption remains slow