CoinJar – bringing bitcoin into the mainstream world

CoinJar CoinJar is a startup based out of Melbourne, Australia. The company was incorporated in 2013 and soon caught the attention of a Melbourne based startup accelerator, AngelCube. CoinJar intends to contribute to the growth of the digital currency’s eco-system, their services attempt to bridge the existing divide between digital currencies and government issued fiat currencies. Coinjar currently offers their users three different services, the following are brief descriptions of …
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How multisig transactions can fix the current Credit Cards’ broken consumer protection system

Why is the current credit card’s conflict resolution system is broken Credit Cards were invented in the 1950s and were first used as plastic traveler’s cheques. They were designed on extending credit to the consumer and allowing the merchant to collect or debit money from the consumer’s account, whats known as a pull system. As credit card users, we have that notion that our transactions are “protected” in the form of …
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CoinGateway – A Bridge for the Cryptocurrency world!

CoinGateway – A Bridge for the Cryptocurrency world! The recent development in Bitcoin’s infrastructure has enabled a lot of merchant acceptance. There are about now 100,000 to 200,000 merchants who accept bitcoins as a mode of payment. In comparison to last year, this is great progress, but what about the emerging alt coins? Out of those 200,000 merchants, not a lot of them even accept Litecoin or Dogecoin – let …
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3 unsuccessful digital currencies that existed before bitcoin

  3 unsuccessful digital currencies that existed before bitcoin Bitcoin was one of the many developments that revolutionized the modern way of spending and receiving money. It established a secure network where people could anonymously spend and receive money, and that too, securely. Also, people did not have to get up from where they were sitting, they could use their mobile phones as well, and the process of the transactions …
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