The Weekly Decrypt: Cryptsy Insolvent?; First Trustless Physical Bitcoin Released

What happened in cryptocurrency innovation this week? You asked, and The Daily Decrypt has answered. Here’s a recap of the top headlines we reported on this week:


CryptoGrind is the Fiverr that pays freelancers in bitcoin. Employers can search for freelancers in online marketing, audio/video production, writing, programming, and more. The service launched a month ago and also acts as escrow between employer and freelancer.

Cryptogrind has launched an invite-only beta phase. It’s a new social network that pays users in bBitcoin for submitting content that gets upvoted – like a Reddit with incentives. Request an invitation to here.


Cryptothrift rebranded to Bitify. They’re an eBay-like auction site for people who buy and sell in both bitcoin and litecoin. For sale is everything from gift cards to real estate, cars to jewelry. Bitify also provides escrow service.


Shipcoin will print and pay for your USPS shipping labels for you in exchange for bitcoin. Just visit their site, enter your shipping information, pay the bill, and receive your print-able

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