When will the big tech companies make a big move to support the bitcoin blockchain?
I can think of two examples, both of which are quite recent and could have a big impact on bitcoin.
In February, I wrote about the rise of Coinbase, a bitcoin exchange and payment processor, as one of the main players in the ecosystem.
The company had recently acquired ShapeShift, a platform that allows anyone to send and receive digital currency.
In January, Coinbase said it had raised $50 million in a Series C funding round led by Sequoia Capital, led by Peter Thiel.
The announcement was made with the aim of using the money to support bitcoin startups and projects.
That was a big news and one that I thought was well received.
It also signaled that the bitcoin industry was starting to see a real, and possibly positive, impact from bitcoin.
The second example is Square.
Square has been very active in the blockchain space in recent years.
It launched its own cryptocurrency, XRP, in September and in April launched its bitcoin-friendly app, called Square Wallet.
But the company was quick to point out that it was not the only one to be interested in blockchain technology.
“I’ve never heard of any other bitcoin company that has invested in blockchain or bitcoin.
I can’t think of any that has the capability to do that,” Square CEO Dan McCallum told me.
In June, the company announced that it had invested in a company called Blockchain Labs, a startup that develops blockchain applications.
And last week, it announced plans to build a $10 million investment fund that will fund research into blockchain and bitcoin.
In short, the industry is very active, and Square has seen an uptick in investment.
There are plenty of reasons to be bullish on the bitcoin and blockchain markets.
It has an exciting future, and it is a new technology that is changing the way companies do business.
I think there are a number of reasons why bitcoin could potentially become a significant part of the bitcoin ecosystem.
The blockchain has the potential to be transformative.
And the technology behind it, bitcoin itself, is a highly secure digital ledger.
The biggest impact is that the blockchain is a secure ledger that allows organizations to transact their business in a way that is more efficient, secure, and transparent.
It is also a blockchain that is a decentralized system that allows a single entity to manage all the information in the world.
This is how bitcoin has enabled a decentralized digital identity system and allowed for the creation of the world’s first peer-to-peer payment system.
It’s important to note that this is just one example of what could happen when companies like Square and Square Wallet work together.
It could also lead to a partnership between Square and some of the biggest names in the tech industry, like Microsoft.
If they can make a good business case for bitcoin and the blockchain, it could open up a whole new world of possibilities.
The big question is how much this will affect bitcoin and its price.
For now, it is not looking like there will be a massive change.
The price of bitcoin has been trending upward since late May, but the underlying blockchain technology is still far from being commercialized.
But if the industry takes this path, then bitcoin could easily climb out of the $800 range and into the $1,000s.