List of bitcoin companies

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This is a list of for-profit companies with notable commercial activities related to bitcoin. Common services are wallet providers, bitcoin exchanges, payment service providers 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.

A sign advertising bitcoin payments in a cafe in The Netherlands
A Bitcoin ATM in the Czech Republic
A FPGA based bitcoin mining board
Company Founded Headquarters Services Notes
37coins 2013 USA - Sunnyvale, California wallet provider defunct, 2015
Airbitz 2014 USA - San Diego, California wallet provider
ANX 2013 China - Hong Kong bitcoin exchange
Armory Technologies 2011 USA - Baltimore, Maryland Armory bitcoin wallet[1][2]
BIPS 2011 Denmark - Copenhagen payment service provider defunct, 2014. Acquired by Coinify
BitGo 2013 USA - San Francisco, California multisignature security platform for bitcoin
BitInstant 2011 USA - New York, New York bitcoin exchange defunct, 2014
BitPay 2011 USA - Atlanta, Georgia payment service provider
BitPesa 2013 Kenya - Nairobi bitcoin exchange
Bitreserve 2013 USA - Charleston, South Carolina wallet provider
Bitstamp 2011 UK - London bitcoin exchange
Bitwage 2014 US - San Francisco, California bitcoin payroll & international payroll[3]
BitX 2013 South Africa - Cape Town bitcoin exchange
Blockchain.info 2011 Luxembourg wallet provider
Blockstream 2014 USA - San Francisco, California software
BTC China 2011 China - Shanghai bitcoin exchange
BTC-e 2011 Russia bitcoin exchange
BTCS 2013 USA - Arlington, Virginia mining, wallet provider
Btc.sx 2013 UK - London bitcoin exchange
BTCJam 2013 USA - San Francisco, California peer-to-peer lending
BTCXIndia 2014 India - Hyderabad bitcoin exchange
Buttercoin 2013 USA - Palo Alto, California bitcoin exchange defunct, 2015
Chain 2014 USA - San Francisco, California financial services[4][5]
ChangeTip 2013 USA - San Francisco, California micropayments[6]
Circle 2013 USA - Boston, Massachusetts wallet provider
CloudHashing 2013 UK - London cloud mining
Coinbase 2012 USA - San Francisco, California wallet provider, bitcoin exchange
Coincheck 2014 Japan - Tokyo Bitcoin/Ether exchange, Wallet provider, Payment service provider, Donation-based bitcoin crowdfunding
coin co 2014 USA - New York, New York payment service provider
CoinCorner 2014 Isle of Man - Douglas bitcoin exchange
CoinDesk 2013 UK - London news
Coinfloor 2013 UK - London bitcoin exchange
Coinify 2014 Denmark - Copenhagen payment service provider, bitcoin exchange[7][8][9]
Coins.co.th 2014 Bangkok - Thailand Wallet provider, bitcoin exchange, payment service provider[10]
Coins.ph 2014 Philippines - Metro Manila wallet provider
Coinsecure 2014 India - Delhi bitcoin exchange
Digital Asset Holdings 2014 USA - New York, New York blockchain financial services
FoldApp 2014 USA - San Mateo, California Mobile gift cards[6]
Gatecoin 2013 China - Hong Kong bitcoin exchange
Genesis Mining 2013 China - Hong Kong cloud mining contracts.[11][12][13][14]
Ghash.io 2013 UK - London mining pool
Goobit 2012 Sweden - Stockholm operates BTCX exchange[15][16]
Hedgy 2014 USA - San Francisco, California multisig smart contracts - [17][18][19][20] Pivoted from crypto-currencies smart contracts in Q2 2016 to "Blockchain solutions" [21]
Huobi 2013 China - Beijing bitcoin exchange
ItBit 2012 USA - New York, New York bitcoin exchange
Kraken 2011 USA - San Francisco, California bitcoin exchange[22][23][24]
LibertyX 2013 USA - Boston, Massachusetts cash-based bitcoin exchange Formerly known as Liberty Teller
LocalBitcoins 2012 Finland - Helsinki over-the-counter trading
Magnr 2015 UK - London trading, savings and investment platform Formerly known as Btc.sx
Mt. Gox 2010 Japan - Tokyo bitcoin exchange defunct, 2014
Predictious 2013 Ireland - Dublin prediction market
OKCoin 2013 China - Beijing bitcoin exchange
Pantera Capital 2003 USA - San Francisco, California venture capital switch to Bitcoin in 2014
R3 2014 US - New York, New York blockchain financial systems
Purse.io 2014 USA - San Francisco, California Amazon purchases [6]
Satoshi Citadel Industries 2014 Philippines - Makati holding company
SatoshiDice 2012 undisclosed gambling
SatoshiLabs 2013 Czech Republic - Prague TREZOR hardware wallet,[25] Slush mining pool,[26][27] Coinmap[28]
SearchTrade 2015 Singapore Search Engine [29][30][31]
SFOX (San Francisco Open Exchange) 2014 USA - San Francisco, California bitcoin trading platform[32]
SpectroCoin 2013 UK - London bitcoin exchange, bitcoin wallet, bitcoin debit card, bitcoin merchant [33]
Tidbit 2013 USA - Boston, Massachusettes mining
Wirex 2015 London - United Kingdom Bitcoin Debit Card, Remittances, Mobile Banking
Xapo 2014 Switzerland - Zürich wallet provider, bitcoin exchange, vault, debit card

References

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  2. "Darkwallet and Armory Come Top in Bitcoin Wallet Privacy Study". Retrieved 2015-10-05. 
  3. http://www.forbes.com/sites/jonathanchester/2015/12/03/starting-bitwage-an-international-payroll-company-that-uses-bitcoin/
  4. Laura Shin. "Nasdaq Selects Bitcoin Startup Chain To Run Pilot In Private Market Arm". Forbes. 
  5. Bradley Hope (9 September 2015). "Visa, Nasdaq, Others Invest $30 Million in Bitcoin-Related Startup". WSJ. 
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 "Top 10 Ways People Spend Bitcoins Today". CoinTelegraph. Retrieved 2015-11-26. 
  7. "Coinify Raises Millions to Build Europe's Complete Bitcoin Solution". CoinDesk. 
  8. "Coinify Acquires Coinzone in a Deal That Accelerates the Consolidation of European Bitcoin Services". Bitcoin Magazine. 
  9. "Coinify Expands to 34 European Countries". Bitcoin Magazine. 
  10. "Bitcoin Ban Fear Fades in Thailand With Exchange Launch". CoinDesk. 2014-08-20. Retrieved 2016-05-11. 
  11. "Genesis Mining Leaves New York Following BitLicense Deadline". CoinDesk. Retrieved 4 September 2015. 
  12. Rob Price. "Look inside the surreal world of an Icelandic bitcoin mine, where they literally make digital money". Business Insider Australia. Retrieved 4 September 2015. 
  13. "Genesis Mining - Examining the largest Scrypt Mining Provider". CCN: Financial Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency News. Retrieved 4 September 2015. 
  14. "The magic of mining". The Economist. Retrieved 4 September 2015. 
  15. "Bitcoin Firm Enters Court Battle to Protect Customer Data". CoinDesk. 
  16. "Svenskt bitcoinbolag: Skatteverket vill avslöja våra kunder". DN.SE. 
  17. "Hedgy Raises $1.2 Million for Smart Contract-Powered Bitcoin Derivatives". CoinDesk. 
  18. "Hedgy Aims to Tackle Bitcoin Volatility Using Multi-Sig Tech". CoinDesk. 
  19. "Boost VC-backed Bitcoin Smart Contract Startup Hedgy Raises $1.2 million". Bitcoin Magazine. 
  20. "Tim Draper leads $1.2M investment in Bitcoin startup Hedgy - VentureBeat - Deals - by Ruth Reader". VentureBeat. 
  21. http://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-startup-hedgy-blockchain-firm/
  22. "Kraken Opens Bitcoin Exchange in Canada". CoinDesk. 
  23. "Bitcoin Exchange Kraken Launches New Dark Pool". CoinDesk. 
  24. "Kraken Joins Exchanges Refusing to Apply for a BitLicense, Suspends Service in New York". Bitcoin Magazine. 
  25. "Bitcoin 'Vault' Trezor Lives Up to its Name". CoinDesk. 
  26. "Supporters of a Proposal to Upgrade Bitcoin’s Capacity Say Their Computers Are Being Attacked". MIT Technology Review. 
  27. "The Top Bitcoin Mining Pools That Really Control the Cryptocurrency". CoinSpeaker. 
  28. "Coinmap's Heat Map Shows Places That Accepts Bitcoin". NEWSBTC. 
  29. Elliot Maras (29 September 2015). "SearchTrade Uses Bitcoin to Reward People using the Search Platform". Cryptocoinnews. 
  30. 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. 
  31. Raunaq Vaisoha (1 September 2015). "Search Your Way to Millions? Using Bitcoin to Reinvent the Search Engine". Cointelegraph. 
  32. Buhr, Sarah. "San Francisco Open Exchange Aims To Be The E-Trade Of Bitcoin". TechCrunch. Retrieved 2016-03-15. 
  33. Rizzo, Pete. "SpectroCoin Takes on BitPay in Europe With Bitcoin Processing Solution". CoinDesk. Retrieved 2016-05-28.