The bitcoin hardware manufacturer has hired three top contributors to bitcoin.org for breeding a new generation of cryptocurrency developers.
New Paris-based startup offers to purchase bitcoins by buying a prepaid digital gift card that can be instantly turned into bitcoins at any time.
An online marketplace MercadoLibre, operating in 13 countries of Latin America, has introduced to the merchants a new payment option in bitcoins, on its PayPal-like payment system MercadoPago.
The first bitcoin miner in the world to be publicly listed, having lost $6.8 million because of decrease in bitcoin price, has decided to stop bitcoin mining. The company is going to specialize in remittances.
The biggest bitcoin processing company, BitPay decided to stop offering the unlimited starting plan for new clients and changed their pricing policy for the Business plan.
A bitcoin company, Circle has announced full compliance of its service with the New York's BitLicense. Additionally, Circle now allows users to send and receive U.S. dollars using an account linked to a bitcoin wallet.
21 Inc announced the release of a new kind of computer with native hardware and software support for the bitcoin protocol. Earlier this year the company attracted $116 million investments.
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia joins a blockchain research project R3, becoming the ninth of the world's investment giants openly interested in the distributed ledger technology.