Bitcoin startups get focused on blockchain shifting away from bitcoin as a digital currency.
A group of Bitcoin entrepreneurs has recently collaborated to prevent illegal activities in the sphere of digital currencies and blockchain technology.
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.
Circle has added Bitcoin bank app support for Android Wear smartwatches.
The world of Bitcoin is coming to the Consumer Electronics Show 2015, sponsored by a partnership between BitPay, Circle, Kraken, Bitmain, Blockchain, Bitstamp, Private Internet Access, Robocoin, and yBitcoin.
Boston-based bitcoin wallet provider Circle has launched its own mobile app for iOS and Android platforms.
Bill Gates, interviewed on Bloomberg Tv during the closing day of SIBOS 2014, the annual SWIFT banking conference, said ‘Bitcoin is exciting because it shows how cheap it can be.’