Buttercoin Bids to Take US Business From Global Bitcoin Exchanges

Buttercoin Bids to Take US Business From Global Bitcoin Exchanges

Buttercoin officially launched today, bringing what it calls a "reliable, domestic bitcoin marketplace" to the US, one it believes provides the first advanced foundational service to the ecosystem's largest, and perhaps most complex market. Boasting Centralway Ventures, Google Ventures, Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, Rothenberg Ventures and Y Combinator among its investors, Buttercoin claims to allow US bitcoin businesses to sell bitcoins and receive payout in just one business day. At launch, Buttercoin also lists impressive names from the US bitcoin ecosystem as clients, including....


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