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Kraken announces acquisition of two of the oldest Bitcoin exchanges - Coinsetter and Cavirtex. Kraken is now officially coming to North America.
Jaron Lukasiewicz — whose Bitcoin exchange, Coinsetter, fully launched this summer after two years of work — had some strong words earlier this week regarding New York’s BitLicense proposal.
This week saw many companies bail out on New York after the BitLicense took full effect, including bitcoin exchanges Kraken and BitFinex, and Bitcoin marketplace Paxful
Case Wallet raised US$1.5 million, Polish payment processors and at least one bank have closed the accounts of several local bitcoin exchanges and more news
New York-based bitcoin exchange Coinsetter acquired the Canadian bitcoin exchange CAVIRTEX, Microsoft seems to be working on a smart payments solution and more top stories for April 9.
New York’s Coinsetter, a Bitcoin trading platform that received a seed round of $500,000 in funding this past spring, launched its private beta in mid-November.
CoinTelegraph spoke with the CEO of Coinsetter and CAVirtex, Jaron Lukasiewicz, about their new margin trading program, their plans following the purchase of Canada’s largest crypto exchange
Bitcoin Foundation Chief Scientist and former lead developer of Bitcoin Core, Gavin Andresen, believes to have come up with a solution to vastly speed up block validation, the global bitcoin exchange Coinsetter announced Project High Line, and other top stories for February 27.
The one of the newest bitcoin exchange services – the Coinsetter – collected half a million dollars from future development from their supporters. The money was raised by crowdsourcing.
Coinsetter launched their Bitcoin trading platform on Nov. 13 after a great deal of anticipation and buildup.
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