Bitcoin company info

What does Bitcoin do?
Bitcoin (CRYPTO:BTC) is an open-source, peer-to-peer payment network that operates without the need for a central authority or banks. Transactions are verified by network nodes through cryptography and recorded in a public dispersed ledger called a blockchain. Bitcoin's primary objective is to provide a decentralized payment system that is secure, transparent, and efficient. Bitcoin can be used to send and receive payments anywhere in the world without the need for a third party. Bitcoin transactions are typically processed within minutes and have very low fees. In addition to its use as a payment system, Bitcoin is also being used for a variety of other purposes, such as online gambling, micropayments, and crowdfunding. Bitcoin is also being used to develop new financial products and services, such as decentralized exchanges and smart contracts.
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How many people does Bitcoin employ?

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Employees
201-500

What is the market cap for Bitcoin?

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Market Cap
$1298.24B

Where is the head office for Bitcoin?

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Head Office
San Jose, CA

What year was Bitcoin founded?

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Year Founded
2009
What does Bitcoin specialise in?
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What are the products and/or services of Bitcoin?

Overview of Bitcoin offerings
Fast peer-to-peer transactions: Bitcoin transactions are typically processed within minutes, much faster than traditional bank transfers.
Investment vehicle: Bitcoin can be bought and sold on cryptocurrency exchanges, and some investors believe that it has the potential to generate high returns over time.
Low processing fees: Bitcoin transaction fees are typically very low, especially compared to traditional bank transfer fees.
Medium of exchange: Bitcoin can be used to purchase goods and services from a growing number of merchants around the world.
Store of value: Bitcoin can be used as a store of value, similar to gold or other precious metals.
Worldwide payments: Bitcoin can be used to send and receive payments anywhere in the world without the need for a third party or exchange rate fees.

Who is in the executive team of Bitcoin?

Bitcoin leadership team
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    Amir Taaki
    Creator of Dark Wallet, Libbitcoin, and Bitcoin Core Contributor
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    Andreas Schildbach
    Bitcoin Core Contributor and Wallet Developer
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    Andrew Chow
    Bitcoin Core and Armory Developer
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    Anthony Towns
    Bitcoin Core Developer at Xapo
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    Bryan Bishop
    Bitcoin Core Contributor
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    Chris Moore
    Creator of Betco.in
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    Cory Fields
    Bitcoin Core Developer at the MIT Media Lab
  • Daniel Folkinshteyn
    Daniel Folkinshteyn
    Bitcoin Core Developer

Bitcoin organisations

Bitcoin organisations
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Blockstream
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Chaincode Labs
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MIT Digital Currency Initiative
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Square Crypto

Bitcoin investors

Bitcoin investors
Binance
Binance
Bitfinex
Bitfinex
Block One
Block One
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Delphi Digital
Grayscale
Grayscale
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Jump Capital
Microstrategy
Microstrategy
OKX
OKX
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Outlier Ventures
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Paradigm
Robinhood
Robinhood
Winklevoss
Winklevoss