Browsing the "BitPagos" Tag

Ripio Closes $37 Million ICO for Ethereum Lending Network

| Brady Dale

Ripio's peer-to-peer lending platform uses smart contracts to reduce lender risk and increase lending in the developing world.

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BitPagos Raises $1.9 Million in Funding, Rebrands as Ripio

| Stan Higgins

Argentinian bitcoin startup Ripio has raised $2.3m in Series A capital.

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Bitcoin Wallet Startup Now Extending Credit to Users

| Pete Rizzo

Bitcoin startup BitPagos is now giving its wallet users access to credit lines in a bid to boost e-commerce spending.

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Bitcoin Startup BitPagos Acquires Argentinian Exchange Unisend

| Pete Rizzo

BitPagos has acquired Unisend Argentina, the country's first order-book exchange as part of an undisclosed deal.

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Do Bitcoin Startups Stand a Chance in Argentina?

| Yessi Bello Perez

Can bitcoin conquer Argentina? CoinDesk explores the evidence in an attempt to discern whether the digital currency can really take off.

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Rock Band Queen Drives First Bitcoin Sale for Argentina Ticket Startup

| Pete Rizzo

An Argentinian fan of the classic rock band Queen has become the first to buy tickets with bitcoin through online ticket marketplace EntradaFan.

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BitPagos Strikes Deal With Best Buy Mexico E-Commerce Partner

| Pete Rizzo

BitPagos has partnered with Latin American e-commerce solutions provider Entrepids to offer bitcoin as a merchant payment option.

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Boost VC Goes ‘Full Bitcoin’ For Next Startup Mentor Round

| Jon Southurst

Startup accelerator and mentorship program Boost VC will feature only bitcoin companies in its next program, starting early 2015.

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Argentina’s OmbuShop Adds Bitcoin Payment Option for 2,000 Merchants

| Pete Rizzo

Argentinian e-commerce website provider OmbuShop now enables its 2,000 merchants to accept bitcoin.

8,000 Convenience Stores in Argentina Now Sell Bitcoin

| Pete Rizzo

BitPagos has launched Ripio, a service that will allow consumers in Argentina to buy bitcoin at 8,000 convenience stores.