The year 2015 has been quite an interesting time for Bitcoin and any company active in the cryptocurrency industry. While the total amount of funding from VC’s and business angels has been enormous during the first two-quarters of the year, things have dropped significantly during Q3. What will Q4 hold regarding VC investment? Only time will tell.
The past few days have been pretty interesting for the Bitcoin community, with noticeable price changes being recorded across all major exchanges. After nearly an entire year of flat Bitcoin prices, things started picking up again as of Wednesday evening. After a weekend of downward Bitcoin price manipulation, it looks like things have stabilized just below the US$270 mark.
The worlds of Bitcoin and gaming are not as different from one another as you may initially think. Both ecosystems attract a similar crowd, where gamers and Bitcoin enthusiasts, usually, have a tech-savvy background and keen interest in discovering new things. It only makes sense, then, to see more video game marketplaces accept Bitcoin as a payment method, and after G2A.com did just that earlier last week, Kinguin decided to follow that example just a few days later.
Make sure to read: Gaming Marketplace Giant G2A.COM Accepts Bitcoin