According to representatives, the decision comes as the startup's mission has shifted more toward consumer-facing services.
The Series A round was led by Huiyin Blockchain Venture, a China-based VC... Read More
Ripio, the bitcoin startup formerly known as Bitpagos, has officially closed its Series A funding round with a $428,000 investment from Overstock subsidiary Medici Ventures.
As revealed exclusively... Read More
Some of the wealthiest families in Latin America now have access to a new way to invest, thanks in part to a former senior manager at consulting firm Bain & Company.
Announced today, the newly form... Read More
Argentinian bitcoin startup Ripio has raised $31 million in an advanced sale for a forthcoming blockchain network.
Formerly known as BitPagos, the startup is raising the funds to build what it call... Read More
Blockchain startup Ripio has raised $37 million in an initial coin offering (ICO).
Originally known as BitPagos, the company (which rebranded early this year) had previously raised $31 million duri... Read More
Wealth Manager Canaccord: ICOs Could Become Commonplace
Initial coin offerings (ICOs) could one day come to be seen as similar to initial public offerings (IPOs), according to a new report from financial services firm Canaccord Genuity.
Alleged Bitcoin Launderer Faces Extradition Hearing Next Month
An alleged money launderer tied to the defunct BTC-e bitcoin exchange and wanted by both Russia and the U.S. will attend an extradition hearing next month.
The Dec. 6 hearing, The Associated Press
Fujitsu Eyes Cryptocurrency Trading With Cross-Blockchain Payments Tech
Japanese IT firm Fujitsu has unveiled a new payments technology designed to facilitate transactions between blockchains.
Announced today, the "ConnectionChain" project is aimed at providing a way f
Brokerage Chief: Bitcoin Futures Must Be Quarantined
A well-known electronic brokerage firm is issuing dire warnings against the CME Group's plan to launch a bitcoin futures contract next month.
But Interactive Brokers, in a comment letter dated Nov.