The purchase of virtual currency Bitcoin has slowly become easier over the years, and now the Bitcoin wallet service Coinbase has added the ability to “buy up to 50 Bitcoins instantly” for verified accounts.
Today, a multi-city angel network and incubator dedicated solely to Bitcoin startups announced that it has raised nearly $6.7 million in about a week to fund Bitcoin startups.
Another popular merchant decides to begin accepting Bitcoins.
In a rare twist, the majority of startups closing funding rounds today are targeted to consumers. We’ve recently seen business-focused tech dominate the deals channel.
By allowing its users to pay for its service with Bitcoin, OKCupid is showing that it isn’t quite sure what it’s demographic is.
Coinbase warned users about phishing attacks in a blog post this week after personal information is exposed in search engine results.
Editor’s Pick Community news sharing site Reddit is the latest in a small (but growing) list of online services that are now accepting Bitcoin as a form of payment.
Customers of Coinbase, a platform for buying and selling digital currency Bitcoin, have bought or sold more than $1 million worth of Bitcoin in the past 30 days.