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Bitcoin Shop, Inc. (BTCS), the first publicly traded Bitcoin company in the U.S., has announced that its management will voluntarily cancel all outstanding options of the company.
Starting your own business is always difficult. Launching a cryptocurrency business amidst legal uncertainty and Bitcoin’s image problem is even harder.
Elliptic, an enterprise services company focusing on digital currency, has announced a new partnership with Bitcoin API developer Gem.
The Bitcoin Foundation considers splitting into two separate organizations, Igot rolls out its payment processing service to 40 countries and more top stories for April 7.
Leading Swiss bank UBS has announced that it will open up a lab to study blockchain technology in London; Bitcoin April Fools Day Joke roundup; and more top stories for April 2.
Amid the rapid adoption of multi-signature technology by industry players, Gem is going from strength to strength, partnering with several high-profile cryptocurrency service providers who have learnt from the mistakes of the past.
In the wake of such public image setbacks as the Mt. Gox heist and the incessant security threats testing the Bitcoin space, more and more exchanges (Bitstamp, Huobi, etc.) are increasingly implementing multisignature security in their wallets. The addition promises greater protection of funds by removing centralized points of failure due to the traditional custodial account model.
Earlier this fall, Gem launched as the first Bitcoin startup to ever compete in the TechCrunch Disrupt Battlefield, presenting a full-stack API for digital currency developers that will eliminate the pain of building Bitcoin security infrastructure into apps.
Just about everyone in the Bitcoin community agrees that there aren't enough women in cryptocurrencies. The developers of the Gems app are betting that “female adoption is a key milestone” for Bitcoin to go mainstream.
First there were social networks, then came Bitcoin. Then Bitcoin 2.0. Now, directly over the horizon, comes a new platform—a “social network 2.0” called Gems.
Venice-based Bitcoin API developer Gem announces the completion of a $2M seed funding round, and welcomes former Paypal executive Ken Miller as Chief Operating Officer.
Venice-based Bitcoin startup Gem, launches new full-stack API for digital currency developers at TechCrunch Disrupt.
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