BitFury Capital Announces Investment in GoCoin

BitFury Capital Announces Investment in GoCoin

BitFury Capital, the investment arm of BitFury Group, announced today a strategic investment in digital currency payments processor GoCoin. GoCoin allows merchants to accept bitcoin and other digital currencies, and have that converted to local currency immediately. And as one of the leaders in the crypto-processing realm, GoCoin seems like it's a sure thing. As such, an investment here is no surprise. This is the third investment for BitFury Capital. The seed fund was established earlier this year with the intent to "support multiple players" in the fast-growing cryptocurrency industry.....


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