Coinsetter's New Funding Round Almost Complete

Coinsetter's New Funding Round Almost Complete

Nascent bitcoin exchange Coinsetter has completed over half of a $1m funding round by crowdsourcing from its early adopters. Last Monday, CEO Jaron Lukasiewicz sent an email to those who had already signed up for accounts at his exchange to ask if they would like to invest in the interim seed round. Lukasiewicz, who recently launched the public beta version of the exchange, originally secured a $500,000 seed investment in April from a group of angels including: Barry Silbert's Bitcoin Opportunity Fund, Roger Ver and Technology Entrepreneur Jimmy Furland, among others. He says: "We have....


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