Buying Bitcoin used to be a very difficult process, simply because there were far too few exchanges which were able to service customers outside of the United States. Luckily, for Bitcoin enthusiasts around the world, the Bitcoin exchange scene has exploded, and there are so many options at your disposal right now. But which one do you pick in order to get the most Bitcoin for your buck? BittyBot will help you make that choice.
If you have been paying close attention to the Bitcoin scene in 2015, you will have noticed that this has not been a great year for Bitcoin platforms so far. Several exchanges – including Bitstamp and Bter – have suffered from hacks, other platforms have disappeared altogether, and the regulatory uncertainty is rearing its ugly head. Yesterday evening, we learned that Coinapult was investigating a security breach of their platform.
When you look at 3D printing and Bitcoin, there are certain parallels to be drawn between both technologies. Disruptive technologies always seem to go hand in hand with one another, and these two are no different in that regard. 3D Hubs, the world’s largest network of 3D printers, has officially announced they are accepting Bitcoin payments.
3D Hubs – Get Something Printed Anywhere In The World
While we see more and more companies exploring the consumer aspect of 3D printing, there are still a lot of individuals and companies who do not want to make the initial investment of buying their own printer right away. And that is a smart decision, as you need to sample the print quality first before you can make such a business decision.
Even though the Inside Bitcoins Berlin event has only concluded a few days ago, the MecklerMedia team is already looking ahead to the next stop on the tour. The Javits Convention Center in New York City will be the place to be between April 27th and 29th, as Inside Bitcoins in coming to New York on those dates. I have to say, their list of keynote speakers is shaping up nicely so far!
In today’s Bitcoin ecosystem, users too often have to choose between usability or autonomy. Coyno aims to change that. By sitting on a “watch-only” layer on top of user’s bitcoins. “Coyno is like a cryptocurrency Mint.com; it will make Bitcoin more user-friendly, secure, and legally compliant while letting users stay in full control of their funds” Levin Keller, CEO of Coyno said to Digital Money Times. The Berlin-based startup Coyno opens up their watch-only Bitcoin bookkeeper. This is the first step on a journey towards a tool that makes good on Bitcoin’s promise of letting you “be your own bank”. besides being the CEO of Coyno, Mr. Keller is also a member of the Bundesverband Bitcoin (the Bitcoin Foundation’s German affiliate) where he is a vocal advocate of Bitcoin in Germany.