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CoinJar Bitcoin Wallet Interview

Startup Raises $600K to Build Bitcoin Cash Mobile Wallet

| Madeline Meng Shi,a blockchain startup developing a way of conducting offline bitcoin cash transactions, closed a $600,000 seed funding round.

race, runner

4 Reasons 2017 Will Be Blockchain’s Banner Year

| Peter Loop

Peter Loop of Infosys gives his overview of why blockchain is poised to be more widely tested, deployed and adopted in 2017.

How Savvy Marketing Can Burst the ‘Blockchain Bubble’

| Jeremy Epstein

A look at the challenges marketers – and the broader blockchain technology community – face when attempting to win new enthusiasts to the tech.

Why Circle’s Bitcoin ‘Pivot’ Isn’t What it Seems

| Noelle Acheson

Circle’s announcement this week that it will no longer offer users the ability to buy and sell bitcoin is not what it seems.


Inside ‘Spark’: Circle’s New Bitcoin-Powered Smart Contract Platform

| Pete Rizzo

Overshadowed by its decision to cut bitcoin services, Circle announced new tech yesterday. Here's how it works.

Indian currency

Bitcoin Exchange Unocoin Releases Mobile Wallet for iOS and Android

| Stan Higgins

Indian bitcoin exchange Unocoin has launched a new mobile wallet app.

uber, ridesharing

Uber Denies Plans to Accept Bitcoin Payments

| Pete Rizzo

Uber has denied rumors that is currently integrating bitcoin as a payment option for its on-demand mobile ride-sharing services.


BitMoby’s Bitcoin Top-Up Service Wins IT Award

| Jon Southurst

International bitcoin mobile phone top-up service BitMoby has won two prizes at the technology-focused iAwards in Australia.

Erik Voorhees: BitLicense Requires ‘Reckless’ Data Collection

| Stan Higgins

ShapeShift founder and CEO Erik Voorhees discusses the company's new iOS app and its decision to stop serving the New York market.

Pinn, Plug and Play

Pinn Wins Top Prize for Hands-Free Bitcoin Payments App

| Pete Rizzo

Pinn placed first at a recent demo day for a solution that enables bitcoin and fiat payments without the user every touching their cell phone.