Startup Circle opens source project CENTRE that is based on blockchain technology and will be aimed to connect different digital wallets.
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US-based bitcoin startup has announced it will stop bitcoin trading via the platform and will focus on using the distributed ledger technology for mobile payments.
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Circle’s app that has already been available in the USA is expanding its services for UK citizens who can now instantly send value without fees and with the convenience of sending an email or text.
Bitcoin startups get focused on blockchain shifting away from bitcoin as a digital currency.
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Bitcoin company Circle has announced its customers in the United States are now able to send and receive US dollars, along with digital currency.
Circle has just made two promising announcements thus making its goal to provide instant and safe worldwide transactions sound as real as never.
Goldman Sachs announced its partnership with IDG Capital Partners, a major Chinese investment firm, to make a $50 million investment into Circle Internet Financial, a Bitcoin-focused start-up.
XBT Provider AB has created a first bitcoin-based financial instrument, called Bitcoin Tracker One, that will be traded on a regulated exchange.