ShirtWasCash, a completely (Almost) Vertical Bitcoin Company You are hearing more often than before about people taking partial payments in Bitcoins for their salary, but I bet you haven’t heard much of companies where everything that can be paid for in Bitcoin, is paid in Bitcoin. Meet ShirtWasCash where rent, salary, and supplies are paid in Bitcoin. Anon does liquidate some Bitcoin due to the volatility of Bitcoin, but he also
ICharlie Shrem is coming to Vienna on webinar LIVE streamed by Bitcoinist! Edit: It seems like we are 15 minutes late, stay tuned! Watch him live on http://live.bitcoinist.com
The Bitcoinist.net team headed to Vienna to visit CEBEXPO 2014 Bitcoin conference. We will strem live, stay tuned and follow us on Twitter and Instagram! But tomorrow something special will happen. We will VIDEO stream the second day of the conference on live.bitcoinist.com! This will be the first live video stream from a Bitcoin conference ever. See pioneers of the industry like Josh Zerlan (Butterfly Labs), David Johnson (Bitangels), Vitalik Buterin (Bitcoin magazine) and Charlie
The World’s First Corporation With a Formal Capital Structure Based on Bitcoin Seeks to Raise 25,000 Bitcoin Today, Cryptor Latam Inc., an innovative investment company and Think Tank focused on bitcoin and crypto related assets, announces the launch of its capital raising campaign. With a world-class advisory board and board of directors candidates, the company plans to serve the bitcoin ecosystem by becoming a long term investor for booming businesses in the bitcoin and crypto related sectors. Cryptor Latam Inc., part
The Bitcoinist.net team headed to Amsterdam to visit one of the biggest bitcoin event of europe so far. We will strem live, stay tuned and follow us on Twitter and Instagram! Bitcoin 2014 is the annual international forum, exhibition and networking conference organised by the Bitcoin Foundation for the fintech industry. It’s where investors, technologists, regulators, executives, entrepreneurs, developers, and policymakers gather to collectively shape the future of cryptographic money worldwide. Bitcoin 2013, our inaugural
As Bitcoin had an ambitious dream to decentralize currency, MaidSafeCoin has an ambitious dream to decentralize the internet. The coin is only half the story, it is to be used in tandem with the SAFE (Secure Access For Everyone) network. Why should we decentralize Internet, it seems to be working fine right? Well for now, at least. According to MaidSafe’s whitepaper, datacenters that support the Internet’s backbone are having increasingly trouble to cope with the
Nick Spanos Nick Spanos is the founder of Bitcoin Center NYC, the city’s only brick-and-mortar organization dedicated to further adoption of Bitcoin. From the center’s 40 Broad Street headquarters 100 feet from the NYSE, Nick directs all center functions including technology, finance, operations, and communications. Nick’s prior experience runs the gamut of commercial fishing, entertainment, real estate, philanthropy, and politics. Nick built his first computer in 1978 and is an Internet entrepreneur many times over.
If you could not make it to New York for the conference don`t worry. Our college Ethan Law is there streaming for us. You wont miss out anything. Ethan will go to all the sessions and panels and keep you updated on both days of the conference. He will take pictures and update all of our social media sites for better follow up so you wont miss anything even if you are on the road.
Private jet booking service PrivateFly.com is now accepting payment in bitcoin. The company, which was founded in 2007, will accept bitcoins via popular payment processor BitPay. Customers can use the company’s online platform, apps and operations team to access a global network of over 7,000 private aircraft, booking charter flights within 90 minutes. Adam Twidell, co-founder and CEO at PrivateFly, said he has followed bitcoin closely since the beginning of 2012. “As a technology-led business
After developing a fascination with digital currencies, Jonathan Silverman left his job managing funds at Morgan Stanley in May to take a job trading the virtual stuff instead. As director of trading at an exchange for Bitcoin, Silverman, 25, joined a bevy of Wall Street brokers, analysts hedge funds and other speculators taking a gamble on the new currency. They are drawn to Bitcoin’s soaring value — up about 50-fold the past year — as