After the collapse of the Bitcoin price in summer 2014, we took a look at the state of the European Bitcoin startup ecosystem to see whether there’s still money being invested into these companies.
An Irish law firm has looked at the numbers reported by the European Patent Office (EPO) for 2013, and produced an infographic with some key findings and notable conclusions. We’re happy to share.
As the pool of digital music startups continues to grow with the ever-evolving music landscape, we thought it was time to highlight 15 European-grown companies making waves in the industry.
From smart thermostats to solar charging backpacks, the time was ripe to highlight some exciting European startups in the ‘smart energy’ space. We picked 10 startups we think are worth noting.
Pamir Gelenbe, a VC and co-founder of the CoinSummit event, discusses how bitcoin entrepreneurship can be stimulated in Europe, not in the least thanks to a clearer regulatory framework across the EU.
As everything moves online, it seems like a logical evolution for the ballot box to be replaced by e-voting systems as well. But Internet voting comes with a very unique set of challenges, as Norway and Estonia have already learned the hard way. We take a deep dive into the current state of online voting.
In the last part of our Bitcoin series, we offer an overview of what Europe is doing in the Bitcoin ecosystem including meetups, startups and various initatives.