List of bitcoin companies

This is a list of Wikipedia articles about for-profit companies with notable commercial activities related to bitcoin. Common services are cryptocurrency wallet providers, bitcoin exchanges, payment service providers[a] and venture capital. Other services include mining pools, cloud mining, peer-to-peer lending, exchange-traded funds, over-the-counter trading, gambling, micropayments, affiliates and prediction markets.

Company Founded Headquarters Service Notes Refs
Country City
Binance 2017  Japan Tokyo bitcoin exchange, wallet provider [1]
Bitcoin.com [data unknown/missing]  Japan Tokyo bitcoin exchange, wallet provider [citation needed]
Bitfinex 2012  Hong Kong bitcoin exchange, digital currency exchange, electronic trading platform [citation needed]
BitGo 2013  United States San Francisco multisignature security platform for bitcoin [citation needed]
BitMain 2013  China Beijing ASIC-based bitcoin miners [citation needed]
BitMEX 2014  Seychelles cryptocurrency derivatives trading platform [citation needed]
BitPay 2011  United States Atlanta payment service provider [citation needed]
Bitstamp 2011  Luxembourg bitcoin exchange [citation needed]
Bitwala 2015  Germany Berlin bitcoin debit card, international transfers, bitcoin wallet [2]
Blockchain.com 2011  Luxembourg wallet provider [citation needed]
Blockstream 2014  United States San Francisco software [citation needed]
BTC-e 2011  Russia bitcoin exchange shut down by the United States government in July 2017 [citation needed]
Canaan Creative 2013  China Beijing ASIC-based bitcoin miners [citation needed]
Circle 2013  United States Boston wallet provider [citation needed]
Coinbase 2012  United States San Francisco wallet provider, bitcoin exchange [citation needed]
Coincheck 2014  Japan Tokyo bitcoin/ether exchange, wallet provider, payment service provider, donation-based bitcoin crowdfunding [citation needed]
CoinDesk 2013  United States New York City news [citation needed]
Digital Asset Holdings 2014  United States New York City blockchain financial services [citation needed]
Gemini 2015  United States New York City bitcoin and ethereum exchange [citation needed]
Ghash.io (CEX.IO) 2013  United Kingdom London mining pool (CEX.IO was an exchange) closed in October 2016 [citation needed]
Huobi 2013 Singapore bitcoin exchange [citation needed]
Kraken 2011  United States San Francisco bitcoin exchange [citation needed]
LocalBitcoins 2012  Finland Helsinki over-the-counter trading [citation needed]
OKEx 2014  China Beijing bitcoin exchange [citation needed]
Paxos 2012  United States New York City cryptocurrency exchange, brokerage, stablecoin [citation needed]
ShapeShift 2013   Switzerland digital currency exchange [citation needed]
Upbit 2017  South Korea cryptocurrency exchange [citation needed]
Xapo 2014   Switzerland Zürich wallet provider, bitcoin exchange, vault, debit card [citation needed]

Notes

  1. ^ also known as bitcoin payment processors

References

  1. ^ Xiao, Eva (30 November 2017). "Three months after launch, this unbanked crypto exchange made $7.5m in profit". Tech in Asia.
  2. ^ "Bitwala - Blockchain banking is on its way". Bitwala. Retrieved 5 September 2018.