5 Companies Offering Tools For The Crypto Economy
If you have an online or brick-and-mortar business, you may be curious as to how you can take advantage of the growing interest in cryptocurrency. These companies are here to help, offering knowledge and tools so you can trade, accept payments, and invest in this budding marketplace. This video was made with Ezvid Wikimaker.
5 Businesses that Can Help You Take Advantage of the Crypto & Blockchain Boom
|Apirone||Helps businesses with processing, receiving, and sending payments in Bitcoin and Litecoin for online stores, crowdfunding, ICOs, & currency exchange projects|
|NODE40||Provides ledgers, cost basis tracking, and downloadable IRS forms to simplify the process of determining tax liability for blockchain assets|
|CoinAccess||Supplies current Bitcoin exchange rates based on some of the most popular exchanges, as well as average rate alerts, trend data, & other statistics|
|TokenPay||Open-sourced, decentralized, and self-verifying payment platform project allowing for secure, multi-signature transactions between multiple parties, along with mobile wallets and merchant services so businesses can accept TPAY, Bitcoin, or Litecoin|
|QuantConnect||Algorithmic trading platform that allows users to code in multiple programming languages and employ the company's servers and data library to execute strategies in equities, crypto, futures, and other markets|
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Who Invented Cryptocurrency?
Bitcoin, and the blockchain technology behind it, was first proposed by Satoshi Nakamoto in 2008 in a document known as the Bitcoin White Paper. The creators have remained largely anonymous as the usage of Bitcoin has spread. Ethereum was created by Vitalik Buterin along with his co-founders Joseph Lubin and Anthony Diiorio. These are two popular blockchains that are used to trade many other coins and digital assets.
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With thousands of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ether entering the market, navigating this online world can be a difficult and daunting task. The complexity of these digital exchange mechanisms means having the right tools can be the difference between success and failure. In no particular order, here are some businesses that specialize in cryptocurrency.
First up, at #1, is Apirone. This company, founded in September 2017, is a payment processing provider that allows businesses to accept Bitcoin in online stores and both send and receive payments. Companies using these services are also able to accept payments in Litecoin, with more options available down the road.
Apirone's application program interface, or A.P.I, contains cryptocurrency forwarding capabilities. The A.P.I. supports integration with numerous e-commerce plugins, including Magento2, WooCommerce, and OpenCart. The interface also supports split payment by percent or exact amounts.
Apirone's application program interface, or A.P.I, contains cryptocurrency forwarding capabilities.
At #2 is NODE40. This company offers a reporting software that integrates with cryptocurrency exchanges, and renders blockchain accounting code which calculates gains and losses. NODE40 Balance aggregates transactions from different sources and calculates cost basis for processing. This program produces reports and tax forms ready for filing or importing into other systems such as TurboTax, H&R Block, and Drake Software, automating the accounting requirements needed to report tax liability.
NODE40 offers a hosting service for launching and hosting a masternode that allows a user to launch in real-time. NODE40's monitoring software tracks the node's health and value allowing for monthly, quarterly, and annual reports. This company's API supports running masternodes from the Dash core wallet or hardware wallets like TREZOR.
Next, at #3, is CoinAccess. This company's app provides access to current Bitcoin exchange rates based on the top 100 cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Ripple, and Dash. The program contains details provided by coinmarketcap, which include the current price, individual market caps, available supplies, and percentage changes in price within several time frames.
The program contains details provided by coinmarketcap, which include the current price, individual market caps, available supplies, and percentage changes in price within several time frames.
The CoinAccess application provides additional services, including average rate alerts, trend data, and other statistics. This program also offers the latest news about Bitcoin, as well as some opinions shared by CoinAccess. The app aggregates information from sources like Bitstamp, Coinbase, and CoinDesk.
Now for #4, TokenPay. This company's services provide a decentralized and self-verifying payment platform, which is designed to permit and manage secure transactions of cryptocurrencies between multiple parties. TokenPay Merchant enables online transactions for e-commerce websites and applications using digital currencies, such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other major cryptocurrencies.
TokenPay also has a service called e-FIN, a decentralized exchange platform where users can store their cryptocurrency and exchange it using more than 30 dedicated trading pairs. The company offers mobile, desktop, and paper wallets with their program using T-PAY, an ultra-privacy coin with security measures including multi-signatures, ring-signatures, dual-key stealth addresses, and Tor network integration in the blockchain.
The company offers mobile, desktop, and paper wallets with their program using T-PAY, an ultra-privacy coin with security measures including multi-signatures, ring-signatures, dual-key stealth addresses, and Tor network integration in the blockchain.
At #5 is QuantConnect. This company, founded in 2011, is an open-source, cloud-based algorithmic trading platform for equities, futures, options, derivatives, and cryptocurrencies. QuantConnect serves over 65,000 analysts, with customers including hedge funds and brokerages, as well as individuals. This company offers a boot camp coding lab designed to teach users the tools of quantitative trading, as well as a Quant League for competitions.
QuantConnect launched its Alpha Streams project in December 2017. This marketplace provides the community the freedom to license their insights to quantitative funds. Hedge funds that leverage the A.P.I search for algorithms that fit their specific criteria, and license them for a monthly fee. QuantConnect supports coding in Python, C#, and F#, but also supports other languages through its open-source project, the Lean Algorithmic Trading Engine.