List of bitcoin companies

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This is a list of 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 2010  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]
Bundle Africa 2019  Nigeria Nigeria Cryptocurrency exchange, cryptocurrencies [3]
Canaan Creative 2013  China Beijing ASIC-based bitcoin miners [citation needed]
Circle 2013  United States Boston wallet provider [citation needed]
Coinbase 2012  United States No headquarters[4][b] 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 (part of Digital Currency Group) 2013  United States New York City news [citation needed]
Crypto.com 2013 Singapore Singapore crypto exchange [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]
Genesis (part of Digital Currency Group) 2013  United States Stamford, Connecticut (previously New York City) cryptocurrency trading, lending, and asset custody platform, targeted towards institutional clients and high net worth individuals Declared bankruptcy in 2023.[5]
FTX 2019  Bahamas Nassau cryptocurrency exchange Incorporated in Antigua and Barbuda. Declared bankruptcy in 2022.
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]
  Former/defunct companies

Notes

  1. ^ also known as bitcoin payment processors
  2. ^ Coinbase's legal address is at the Corporation Trust Center in Wilmington, Delaware

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.
  3. ^ "Introducing Bundle, an Africa-focused Social Payments App for Cash and Crypto". Binance Blog. Retrieved 2022-04-28.
  4. ^ "Coinbase aims to support inclusion with a remote-first workforce". HR Dive. March 17, 2021. Archived from the original on April 15, 2021. Retrieved March 26, 2021.
  5. ^ "Crypto Firm Genesis Is Preparing to File for Bankruptcy". bloomberg.com. bloomberg.com. 19 January 2023. Retrieved 19 January 2023.