San Francisco News
San Francisco is a city located in California, U.S. San Francisco is popular not only as a tourist destination. With the appearance of Silicon Valley to the south of the city, San Francisco has become a place for many technological development centers that are well-known all over the world. In San Francisco, Bitcoin companies and those related to other cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies have perfect conditions for development. The city is the origin place of many projects, startups, meetings and conferences — such as the San Francisco Bitcoin Conference. Some of the most popular Bitcoin exchanges are from San Francisco as well. There are many Bitcoin ATMs in San Francisco, so locals and guests of the city can easily use cryptocurrency there.
Blockchain-based lending firm Dharma Labs raised $7 million from big investors including Coinbase Ventures.
Blockchain Lending Firm Dharma Raises $7 Million From Coinbase Ventures, Others
U.S.-based blockchain firm TokenSoft has rolled out its Knox Wallet for storing digital securities and other digital assets.
US Blockchain Firm Introduces Wallet for Digital Assets and Securities
Bakkt, the cryptocurrency platform owned by the Intercontinental Exchange, announced that they are hiring.
NYSE Operator’s Long-Awaited Crypto Platform Bakkt Announces New Key Vacancies
Cryptocurrency exchange Huobi, formerly based in China, is about to open an office in the Silicon Valley, US.
Formerly Top Cryptocurrency Exchange Huobi To Open Office In US
San Francisco Federal Reserve President announced no plans to implement a central bank-produced digital currency, although studies are underway.
US Federal Reserve Has No Plans to Introduce Digital Currencies, Says San Francisco Fed President
Zcash CEO Zooko Wilcox will join the Economic Space Agency’s conference event discussing the post-Blockchain world.
Zcash CEO to Discuss Post-Blockchain Future at San Francisco Panel
San Francisco subway system was hacked, perpetrators demanded 100 Bitcoins. It has been left free to use until the problem is resolved.
San Francisco Subway Is Free To Use After Ransomware Attack, Hackers Sought Bitcoins