About Bitcoin.com

We’re working to make money better—for everyone.

We’re working to make money better—for everyone.

Whether it’s your paycheck, pension, or piggybank savings, money matters to us all. So, rather than relying on banks—with their fees, delays, and fraud risk—we stand for money without limits. That’s why we support Bitcoin Cash, a global digital currency that only you can control.

What we’re doing about it

What we’re doing about it

Our products make both Bitcoin Cash and Bitcoin Core more accessible. You can buy, use, and store Bitcoin securely, monitor market prices and news, and even earn Bitcoin through mining. We also help businesses accept Bitcoin payments and support developers building on Bitcoin.

A global team of talent

We’re based here, there, and everywhere.

Our story

Bitcoin.com domain registered

Prior to Bitcoin being introduced to the world, our domain is registered. It's still a mystery to this day who registered the domain originally and why.

January 2008

Bitcoin whitepaper published

Bitcoin’s creator releases a whitepaper to a cryptography mailing list. It outlines the revolutionary design of a decentralized digital currency that’s immune to fraud: Bitcoin.

November 2008

Genesis block mined

Bitcoin is brought to life when the very first block is mined. Its coinbase contains a message: "The Times 03/Jan/2009 Chancellor on brink of second bailout for banks."

January 2009

Bitcoin.com ownership shifts

Having grasped Bitcoin’s potential for global economic freedom, Roger Ver becomes the new owner of the Bitcoin.com domain. He’s an entrepreneur and Bitcoin investor.

April 2014

News section launches

After some site development, Bitcoin.com publishes its first news article. This soon picks up pace as our domain becomes the beating heart of Bitcoin news.

January 2015

Company mission affirmed

As our company mission becomes clearer, the Bitcoin.com domain gets refreshed to reflect it. We set our sights on making Bitcoin accessible to everyone, everywhere.

June 2015

@BTCTN starts tweeting

We start sharing crypto industry updates through our news-focused Twitter handle, @BTCTN. One of our first tweets explores media misinformation around Mt. Gox.

August 2015

Uncensored forum launches

Helping to bring uncensored discussion to the Bitcoin space, we launch the Bitcoin.com forum. Here, anyone can join open community conversations about all-things-crypto.

September 2015

Credit cards accepted

To make it easy for people to purchase Bitcoin, we introduce the option to buy with a credit card instantly on our site. This is especially useful for new users in the space.

August 2016

Bitcoin Games launches

We launch our online casino, Bitcoin Games, giving users another way to use their cryptocurrency. Users can play poker, slots, and various other games anonymously.

September 2016

Mining pool goes public

In the spirit of decentralization, we open the official Bitcoin.com mining pool to the public. This lets people earn Bitcoin by securing the network, referred to as mining.

September 2016

Wallet app launches

As we work towards making Bitcoin accessible for everyone, we launch our wallet app. It lets you send, receive, and store Bitcoin. Today, you can even buy Bitcoin Cash in-app!

August 2017

Bitcoin Cash wallet functionality

Following the launch of Bitcoin Cash in August 2017, we add full support for this new coin in our wallet app. It now lets you manage both Bitcoin Core (BTC) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH).

September 2017

Developer platform launches

Inviting more developers into the Bitcoin Cash space, we launch Developer.Bitcoin.com. It provides them with tools including Bitbox SDK, Simple Tokens (SLP) SDK, & more.

July 2018

Bitcoin Cash Register launches

To make it easier for businesses to accept Bitcoin Cash payments in-store, we release our Bitcoin Cash Register point-of-sale app. Customers simply scan and pay instantly! Available today for Android and iOS.

April 2019

Local.Bitcoin.com launches

To support private trading, we launch Local.Bitcoin.com. This P2P marketplace lets you buy and sell Bitcoin Cash with anyone, anywhere—without sharing personal details. It uses a blind escrow meaning Bitcoin.com never touches any of the funds.

May 2019

New brand launches

To bring us closer to our goal of economic freedom, we rethink our brand image. Our rebrand helps to instill user trust with the aim of advancing Bitcoin’s mass adoption.

June 2019

Meet the team

Roger Ver

Roger Ver

Executive Chairman

Stefan Rust

Stefan Rust


Mate Tokay

Mate Tokay


Emil Oldenburg

Emil Oldenburg


Natalia Ra

Natalia Ra


Dennis Jarvis

Dennis Jarvis


Daniel Kelman

Daniel Kelman

General Counsel

Nanok Bie

Nanok Bie


Jared Stone

Jared Stone

Head of HR

Roger Ver

Roger Ver

Executive Chairman

After founding several successful companies in Silicon Valley, Roger began his Bitcoin journey in February 2011. Years before traditional venture capital firms became involved, he became the first person in the world to start investing in Bitcoin related-startups, nearly singlehandedly funded the entire first generation of Bitcoin businesses. His current investments include Bitcoin.com, Blockchain.com, Bitpay.com, Kraken.com, and many many others. In his free time, he enjoys competing in Brazilian Jujitsu tournaments.

Join us

Join us

We’re currently hiring and, if our company mission means something to you, you’re invited to join the Bitcoin.com team.

We love to donate

Bitcoin.com is a growing business that loves to help other businesses through philanthropic efforts to help build and grow the ecosystem.

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We created this nonprofit as a way for people to donate directly to the cause of freedom. We are an IRS-approved 501(c)3 educational nonprofit.