The second post in our four-post series on Bitcoin will attempt to shed light on the overall Bitcoin ecosystem, and how the crypto-currency is powering new kinds of businesses.
Social recruiting software startup Silp is on a mission to prove this type of hiring works well, and – after testing its service with a number of corporations in Switzerland – it is now ready to expand.
Uber is not having the easiest of times trying to launch its app-based car booking services across Europe. It’s run into problems in Paris, Brussels and Berlin – and it looks like Barcelona is next.
Bitcoin is a topic buzzing around the world but, for many, it’s still an an elusive concept. In the first part of our guide, we shed light on how the virtual currency works from a technical perspective…
The Spanish government has drafted a regulatory proposal for crowdfunding, and has included so many restrictions for projects, potential funders and platform operators that it seems to want to kill it.
At the Mobile World Congress, a new joint-venture based in Switzerland presented a pro-privacy (sometimes dubbed anti-NSA) smartphone called Blackphone. The question is: do we really need it?
European online travel juggernaut Odigeo (eDreams) is planning to go public this year, and aims to float on the Madrid stock exchange at a 1.5 billion euro valuation. Alex Barrera reports.