Browsing the "Plug and Play" Tag

Plug and Play’s Biggest Blockchain Batch Plans Big Bank Collaborations

| Michael del Castillo

Meet the eight blockchain startups that were recently accepted into storied Silicon Valley accelerator Plug and Play's fourth FinTech batch.

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5 Blockchain Startups Join Plug and Play FinTech Incubator

| Daniel Palmer

Bitcoin startup Abra is one of five blockchain startups to be accepted into the latest FinTech incubator run by Plug and Play.

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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.

Payment Processor Unveils Bitcoin Startup at Plug and Play Expo

| Pete Rizzo

European payment processor Netopia mobilPay revealed its new bitcoin startup as part of Plug and Play's Retail & FinTech Expo yesterday.

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Competition Heats Up at Bitcoin Job Fair

| Pete Rizzo

More than 20 startups including 21 Inc, BitPay and ChangeTip vied for job seeker attention at the second annual Bitcoin Job Fair this weekend.

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Secretive Startup 21 to Sponsor Silicon Valley Bitcoin Job Fair

| Pete Rizzo

21 Inc has announced it will be the lead sponsor for the upcoming Bitcoin Job Fair due to take place in Sunnyvale, California.

HolyTransaction Bets Big on Universal Cryptocurrency Wallet

| Daniel Cawrey

After trial and error on business ideas, the company believes one wallet for top altcoins is something investors need.


37Coins Plans Worldwide Bitcoin Access With SMS-Based Wallet

| Daniel Cawrey

The startup aims to provide universal bitcoin access via wallet that can be used on any cellphone.

Are Off-Block Chain Transactions Bad for Bitcoin?

| Daniel Cawrey

Faster off-block chain bitcoin transactions are increasingly popular, but that may not be a good thing.

Bitcoin Job Fair Proves Digital Currency Needs More Than Code

| Daniel Cawrey

Top bitcoin companies used this weekend's Bitcoin Job Fair to scout for sales, development and marketing talent.