The first ever bitcoin prediction contest held by Digital Space Post has concluded. We want to thank everyone who submitted a guess for the price of bitcoin on April 1st, 2016 @ 12:00am EST. We had over 150 entries and are thrilled to see such response from the community. The price of BTC when the
Digital Space Post caught up with Elyse Petersen, CEO of Tealet to discuss the benefits of accepting bitcoin in the marketplace. Ms. Petersen explains: “Tealet is a direct trade marketplace for tea. Tea growers from rural communities around the world create profiles and sell their tea directly to buyers. Tealet handles the marketing, logistics, and
Panagiotis Pollis from Bitfortip explains: “Bitfortip uses bitcoin in a unique way. It gives the motive for members to search for you in order to earn the bitcoin reward. You can offer a reward as low as 0.0001 BTC and ask members to find you a better price or deal for an item or service
Cryptogrind is a bitcoin freelance service platform similar to fiverr but using bitcoins for payments. Freelancers can post their profile and services at Cryptogrind and employers can post jobs which pay in bitcoin. Freelancers can earn bitcoin, and employers can find talented individuals willing to exchange their skills for the digital currency. Cryptogrind utilizes multi-signature
Hey everyone. With the launch of our website, we here at Digital Space Post thought we would bring together the bitcoin community with a friendly competition which will force your to look into your crystal ball and predict the future price of one bitcoin. By clicking on our Predictions page, you can submit your prediction on
I remember reading about an article on https://foundersgrid.com/bitcoin-price in which the author asked fifty Bitcoin experts and CEO’s to make a price prediction in a years time. The article is well worth the read if you haven’t gone through it yet. It has some very unique and inspiring comments from some of the leaders within the blockchain
Over the last year, google trends indicates a growing use of the word “blockchain”, while use of the word “bitcoin” has remained steady. This news will not come as a surprise to anyone who has been following this technology over the last two years.