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Gem first previewed their unique, security-focused developer API for Bitcoin applications at TechCrunch Disrupt’s Startup Battlefield. The Venice, California-based startup revealed that their mission was to create an easy way for developers to build new Bitcoin applications and for consumers to stay in full control of their funds.
Gem is a new platform for developers that can sometimes be implemented in under ten lines of code. We got CEO Micah Winkelspecht to answer a few questions about the technology underneath and the benefits of using Gem. From explaining multi-signatures in a way that a 12-year-old can understand to the future of the cryptocurrency space, this exclusive interview illuminates an exciting new codebase for developers and a business-booster for start-ups.
Recently, PayPal announced several partnerships aimed towards enabling certain PayPal merchants to be able to accept bitcoin as a form of payment from their customers. This was a significant announcement on multiple fronts as many had wondered if and what PayPal’s foray into the cryptocurrency space would be.
Recently-launched bitcoin services company Gem hasn’t been around terribly long, and they are already doing some pretty impressive things.
Though accepted at retailers such as Overstock.com and Dell, Bitcoin is still trying to shake the mainstream perception that it is black market currency used in degenerate corners of the Web.
Bitcoin startup Gem has launched a private beta of what it says is a highly scalable and security-focused API for bitcoin app developers.
Meet Gem, a new bitcoin startup with a different take and a focus on developer tools. Gem provides a highly available, scalable API for bitcoin developers to abstract the bitcoin storing layer.
Bitcoin startup Gem, that provides a scalable API for bitcoin developers, has revealed to CCN a security enhancement that may be significant for the future of Bitcoin security. The company announced the inclusion of Custom Hardware Security Modules produced by Thales e-Security, as part of their standard multi-sig bitcoin wallet.