22 Nov '15, 12pm

Circle, Bitreserve, and BitPay are turning their backs on bitcoin - Business Insider Australia

Circle, Bitreserve, and BitPay are turning their backs on bitcoin - Business Insider Australia

Thanks, and goodbye, Bitcoin. Picture: Getty Images Some of the most high-profile and well-funded startups looking at bitcoin are now pivoting their businesses and distancing themselves from the digital currency, less than two years after the hype around bitcoin blew up. Circle, BitPay, and Bitreserve — who between them have raised over $US130 million — have all shifted away from bitcoin in one way or another in recent months. That’s after people failed to adopt it in the way entrepreneurs and venture capitalists had hoped. Circle — which makes a mobile bitcoin wallet and is backed by Goldman Sachs — recently began accepting US dollars and when I met the founders in London recently they told me that bitcoin was just the first use-case of their technology. The future, according to CEO Jeremy Allaire, lies in using the technology that underpins the technology, called the blo...

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