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  • Coinbase Brings its Bitcoin Sales to Europe

    thenextweb.com 11 Sep '14, 7am

    Coinbase , one of the most-funded startups in the Bitcoin space, has turned its attention to Europe after it expanded into 13 countries. In addition to the US, Coinbase now serves users in Italy, Spain, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Austria, Cyprus, Finland, Greece, Latvia, Malta,...

  • Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto’s old email address appears to have been hacked - The Next Web

    thenextweb.com 09 Sep '14, 1am

    Don’t take this as cause to run and dump your wallet and dismantle your mining rig, but there’s something fishy going on in the Bitcoin community today. An old email address from Satoshi Nakamoto, the mysterious figure behind the creation of the cryptocurrency, seems to have been comp...

  • Safello Helps Charities Accept Bitcoin For Free

    thenextweb.com 18 Aug '14, 7am

    Swedish Bitcoin exchange, Safello , has launched a free service that allows charities to receive Bitcoin for free. The new donation service is available in limited form and offers charities custom campaign pages that act in a similar way to Kickstarter but use Bitcoin to contribute an...

  • Retailer Newegg Expands in Asia and Europe

    thenextweb.com 13 Aug '14, 4am

    Online US electronics retailer Newegg has expanded its footprint in Europe and moved into Asia, after launching localized sites in India, Ireland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland and Singapore. The company — which is one of the largest retailers to accept Bitcoin — is already operati...

  • How and Where to Learn Ruby

    thenextweb.com 07 Sep '14, 1pm

    This post originally appeared on Code-love . In an online chat session between Yukihiro Matsumoto and Keiju Ishitsuka in early 1993, a discussion ensued about the name of a programming language that Matsumoto was going to write. He wanted to satisfy his desire to have an object-orient...

  • eBay Reportedly In Talks to Accept Bitcoin at Braintree

    thenextweb.com 15 Aug '14, 5am

    eBay has been working to integrate the acceptance of Bitcoin into its subsidiary Braintree , the Wall Street Journal reports , though eBay and PayPal won’t be accepting Bitcoin initially. The WSJ cites sources as saying that PayPal officials have met with Bitcoin companies including C...

  • Retailer Newegg Expands in Asia and Europe

    thenextweb.com 13 Aug '14, 4am

    Online US electronics retailer Newegg has expanded its footprint in Europe and moved into Asia, after launching localized sites in India, Ireland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland and Singapore. The company — which is one of the largest retailers to accept Bitcoin — is already operati...

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    How Much Does it Cost to Build the World's Hottest Startups?

    thenextweb.com 28 Aug '14, 5am

    There’s also the enormous looming cost of distribution — one that’s hard to measure and even harder to predict. Fifteen years ago, starting a business was primarily a technology problem. Now that the barrier to entry to start a business is so low — $100K in many cases — entrepreneurs ...

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