10 Oct '13, 9am

Bitcoin sales service btcQuick hits nearly $2m in sales: Bitcoin sales service btcQuick says that

Bitcoin sales service btcQuick hits nearly $2m in sales: Bitcoin sales service btcQuick says that

Bitcoin sales service btcQuick says that it has achieved nearly $2m in sales. Colorado-based CEO Jerrod Bunce started the company in November 2012, after trying to buy bitcoins and getting frustrated with bitcoin sales site BitInstant, a service that enabled customers to buy and sell bitcoin but which was criticized for its slow service. “I thought to myself ‘I can build this to be better’,” he said. He then coded the site in PHP, using the Twitter Bootstrap front end. When users request to purchase bitcoins using US dollars, btcQuick buys the equivalent amount in bitcoins from an exchange, which it then sends to the customer’s bitcoin address, or to their email address using Inputs.io . The firm started slowly, growing with the help of $120,000 in funding from private investors and crowdfunding, says Bunce. It has grown substantially over the last few months, according to...

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