Viewly, a decentralized platform, added Charlie Shrem to its advisors’ team. In turn, Shrem made a 900ETH investment in the platform.
Charlie Shrem recently joined InsurePal as business development advisor. His rich entrepreneurial experience in managing crypto and non-crypto companies will provide important guidance in the development of InsurePal’s social proof platform for mass adoption.
Particl today introduces Bitcoin pioneer Charlie Shrem to its team of advisors. An early Bitcoin entrepreneur with a history of launching and growing successful companies inside and outside the cryptocurrency space.
Having raised over $5 million through its crowdsale, decentralized sports platform SportyFi is all set to launch its SPF token on different exchanges.
The project, which is supported by legendary footballer Roberto Carlos and bitcoin advocate Charlie Shrem, has managed to overcome its soft cap in just the first few hours of the crowdsale.
The new blockchain-based startup continues to recruit biggest sportsmen who will help to guide the future development of its sports platform.
Blockchain-based sports platform SportyFi will launch an ICO on November 21, 2017 which will be backed by Charlie Shreem, a founding member of the Bitcoin Foundation, and Roberto Carlos legendary international footballer, and many others.
Charlie Shrem, a founding member of the Bitcoin Foundation and one of the most recognizable Bitcoin advocates, joins SportyFi.
Charlie Shrem, former BitInstant CEO, held an AMA from his prison, Lewisburg Federal Prison Camp in Pennsylvania.
New executive director of the Bitcoin Foundation suggested at Inside Bitcoins NYC 2015 Conference that Satoshi Nakamoto should be removed as a founding member.
Charlie Shrem’s new home for the next two years – Lewisburg Federal Prison Camp in Pennsylvania – doesn’t accept bitcoins yet.
Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss are known as those who invested millions in the Bitcoin virtual currency; the twins are strongly convinced that Bitcoin will stay alive only if it has regulatory control.
On January 20, a New York court handed a four-year prison sentence to a Florida Bitcoin exchanger who was selling virtual currency used to buy drugs on the Silk Road website.