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List of bitcoin companies

This is a list of Wikipedia articles about for-profit companies with notable commercial activities related to bitcoin. Common services are wallet providers, bitcoin exchanges, payment service providers[1] and venture capital. Other services include mining pools, cloud mining, peer-to-peer lending, exchange-traded funds, over-the-counter trading, gambling, micropayments, affiliates and prediction markets.

Company Founded Headquarters Service Notes
ANX 2013 China - Hong Kong bitcoin exchange
Binance 2017 China - Hong Kong bitcoin exchange, wallet provider
Bitcoin.com Japan - Tokyo bitcoin exchange, wallet provider
Bitcoin Suisse AG 2013 Switzerland - Zug broker, asset management, trading, financial services, payment gateway services, mining[2][3]
Bitfinex 2012 Hong Kong bitcoin exchange, digital currency exchange, electronic trading platform
BitGo 2013 US - San Francisco, California multisignature security platform for bitcoin
BitMain 2013 China - Beijing ASIC-based bitcoin miners
BitMex 2014 China - Hong Kong cryptocurrency derivatives trading platform
BitPay 2011 US - Atlanta, Georgia payment service provider
BitPesa 2013 Kenya - Nairobi bitcoin exchange
Bitstamp 2011 Luxembourg bitcoin exchange
Bittrex 2013 US - Seattle cryptocurrency exchange
Bitwala 2015 Germany - Berlin bitcoin debit card, international transfers, bitcoin wallet[4]
Blockchain.info 2011 Luxembourg wallet provider
Blockstream 2014 US - San Francisco, California software
BTC-e 2011 Russia bitcoin exchange shut down by the United States government in July 2017
BTC Markets 2013 Melbourne, Australia bitcoin exchange
BTCS 2013 US - Arlington, Virginia mining, wallet provider
BuyUcoin 2016 India - New Delhi cryptocurrency exchange[5][6]
Canaan Creative 2013 China - Beijing ASIC-based bitcoin miners
CEX.IO 2013 UK - London bitcoin exchange
Circle 2013 US - Boston, Massachusetts wallet provider
CloudHashing 2013 UK - London cloud mining
coin co 2014 US - New York, New York payment service provider
Coinbase 2012 US - San Francisco, California wallet provider, bitcoin exchange
Coincheck 2014 Japan - Tokyo bitcoin/ether exchange, wallet provider, payment service provider, donation-based bitcoin crowdfunding
CoinDesk 2013 UK - London news
Coinfloor 2013 UK - London bitcoin exchange
Coins.ph 2014 Philippines - Metro Manila wallet provider
CryptoCoinsNews 2013 Norway - Oslo news
Digital Asset Holdings 2014 US - New York, New York blockchain financial services
Gatecoin 2013 China - Hong Kong bitcoin exchange
Gemini 2015 US - New York City bitcoin and ethereum exchange
General Bytes 2013 Czech Republic - Prague bitcoin ATM and point of sale (POS) manufacturer
Ghash.io 2013 UK - London mining pool closed in October 2016
Huobi 2013 Singapore bitcoin exchange
Kraken 2011 US - San Francisco, California bitcoin exchange[7][8][9]
LibertyX 2013 US - Boston, Massachusetts cash-based bitcoin exchange formerly known as Liberty Teller
LocalBitcoins 2012 Finland - Helsinki over-the-counter trading
Luno 2013 UK - London bitcoin exchange, wallet provider
OKEX 2014 China - Beijing bitcoin exchange
Poloniex 2014 USA - Wilmington, Delaware bitcoin exchange acquired by Circle in February 2018
R3 2014 US - New York, New York blockchain financial systems
Satoshi Citadel Industries 2014 Philippines - Makati holding company
SatoshiDice 2012 undisclosed gambling
SearchTrade 2015 Singapore search engine[10][11][12]
ShapeShift 2013 Switzerland digital currency exchange
Tidbit 2013 US - Boston, Massachusetts mining
Wirex 2015 UK - London bitcoin debit card, remittances, mobile banking
Xapo 2014 Switzerland - Zürich wallet provider, bitcoin exchange, vault, debit card

References

  1. ^ also known as bitcoin payment processors
  2. ^ Harry Büsser (Jan 01, 2016) "Wie Blockchains die Finanzwelt umkrempeln" BILANZ
  3. ^ Jamey Keaten, (May 11, 2016) "Seen as global first, Swiss town to accept bitcoin payments" Phys.org
  4. ^ "Bitwala - Blockchain banking is on its way". Bitwala. Retrieved 5 September 2018.
  5. ^ "BuyUcoin unveils open trading engine for over 30 cryptocurrencies". Business Standard.
  6. ^ "How and where to buy ripple in India?". Times of India.
  7. ^ "Kraken Opens Bitcoin Exchange in Canada". CoinDesk.
  8. ^ "Bitcoin Exchange Kraken Launches New Dark Pool". CoinDesk.
  9. ^ "Kraken Joins Exchanges Refusing to Apply for a BitLicense, Suspends Service in New York". Bitcoin Magazine.
  10. ^ Elliot Maras (29 September 2015). "SearchTrade Uses Bitcoin to Reward People using the Search Platform". Cryptocoinnews.
  11. ^ Deepak Bharadwaz (15 September 2015). "Bitcoin 2.0 Start-Up With Plans To Disrupt Google's Search Business Raises Over $40K In A Week". Benzinga.
  12. ^ Raunaq Vaisoha (1 September 2015). "Search Your Way to Millions? Using Bitcoin to Reinvent the Search Engine". Cointelegraph.