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Goxxed No More: First Decentralized Bitcoin Exchange Launches Today

A single point of failure is a sure way to test Murphy's Law (can go wrong, will go wrong), and when dealing with a massive store of wealth, in bitcoins or otherwise, this is not a law you want to prove. Ever since the failure of Mt. Gox and the subsequent centralized Bitcoin exchanges which have been hacked, proved insolvent, have been the object of exit scams, or buckled under the weight of...

Coinffeine Offers a Technical Preview Version of its P2P Bitcoin Exchange

Coinffeine: A P2P Alternative to Centralised Bitcoin Exchanges

Spanish Bitcoin company Coinffeine made Bitcoin history when the Spanish startup received investment from the Spanish bank Bankinter through the bank's venture capital arm, making it one of the world’s first banks to invest  in the novel cryptocurrency ecosystem. Since then, Coinffeine has continued its development work. In December 2014, it unveiled its future P2P Bitcoin Exchange. Coinffeine...

First Demo and Trial of Coinffeine's Revolutionary P2P Bitcoin Exchange Technology

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Spanish Bitcoin startup Coinffeine has presented the Trial version of their innovative P2P application in Madrid (Spain). The open-source software allows you to buy and sell bitcoins anonymously and safely without depending on a central entity. Founded in 2014 by four Spanish computer engineers, Coinffeine is developing an innovative decentralized, anonymous, secure and trustless Bitcoin exchange...

Spanish Bank Bankinter Invests in Bitcoin Startup Coinffeine

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Spanish bank Bankinter, through its venture capital arm, invested in Coinffeine, a Spanish startup that develops Bitcoin technology. With this investment of its Innovation Foundation, Bankinter becomes one of the first world's banks to invest in the new cryptocurrency. Also read: Coinffeine: A P2P Alternative to Centralised Bitcoin Exchanges The Coinffeine team says about the announcement of...

Coinffeine: A P2P Alternative to Centralised Bitcoin Exchanges

Coinffeine: A P2P Alternative to Centralised Bitcoin Exchanges

After the Mt. Gox meltdown, people have become a lot warier of centralised exchanges. Gox, Bitstamp, BTC-E, and other popular exchanges see thousands of Bitcoins traded daily, yet they have nothing like FDIC insurance to really back them up in the event of insolvency. Instead, users are forced to trust these services' accountability and security. Furthermore, such centralised exchanges are huge...

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