New Pilot Project Lets Investors Buy Stakes with Bitcoin

New Pilot Project Lets Investors Buy Stakes with Bitcoin

Swedish Crowdfunding Company FundedByMe recently launched a Bitcoin pilot program that allows investors to buy stakes using the virtual currency. The project was commenced yesterday as a part of analysis to check investors' interest in paying with the internet currency; while, at the same time, to generate funds for the Bitcoin trading platform Saffelo. According to the representatives of FundedByMe, the results of the aforesaid crowdfunding campaign will give them a perspective towards utilizing Bitcoin currency for fundraising purposes, upon which they would incorporate the new....


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