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Mobile payment startup Square brings a virtual currency world closer with new partnership with Coinbase

A sci-fi world where we all car­ry vir­tu­al cur­ren­cy in pref­er­ence to the ‘real’ stuff has come a step clos­er, thanks to a new part­ner­ship between the increas­ing­ly pop­u­lar mobile pay­ment provider Square and Bit­coin wal­let Coin­base. It doesn’t take a sea­soned prod­uct man­ag­er to rec­og­nize that this is a poten­tial­ly big devel­op­ment for the future of the cryp­tocur­ren­cy. Sim­ple and pain­less for buy­er and sell­er alike All goods and ser­vices on the startup’s online store­front, Square Mar­ket­place, will now be avail­able to buy with Bit­coin as well as with tra­di­tion­al bank or cred­it cards (the Mar­ket­place in a kind of vir­tu­al one-stop-shop fea­tur­ing items from ecom­merce mer­chants who are actu­al­ly geo­graph­i­cal­ly scat­tered across the world). The more skep­ti­cal prod­uct man­ag­er may be spec­u­lat­ing whether this is just a shame­less attempt to ride the Bit­coin hype wave; but he or she would be wrong. Square’s mar­ket lead, Ajit Var­ma, explains in the com­pa­ny blog announc­ing the move that sell­ers won’t notice any­thing dif­fer­ent (apart per­haps from bet­ter sales) and buy­ers will find it sim­ple and pain­less, thanks to the adroit tech­no­log­i­cal pro­cess­ing Square has put in place. Buy­ers sim­ply scan the QR code in their Bit­coin wal­lets to load the…

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Mobile payments startup Square expands to New York — the city it wanted to call home all along

When a tech start­up announces a major expan­sion on three fronts simul­ta­ne­ous­ly, you don’t have to be a mas­ter prod­uct man­ag­er to know that its prod­uct is tak­ing off. Smart­phone tech start­up Square, whose free cred­it card read­er facil­i­tates easy and secure mobile pay­ments, is doing just that, with a major expan­sion of its San Fran­cis­co head­quar­ters, a new office in Canada’s Kitch­en­er-Water­loo (which will please recent­ly laid off Black­ber­ry employ­ees in the city) and, most impor­tant­ly, a new office in New York. Square ‘belongs in New York’ On read­ing this intro, the more obser­vant prod­uct man­ag­er will be ask­ing why a new office in New York is ranked as “most impor­tant.” Well, it all has to do with the beliefs of Square’s co-founder and CEO, Jack Dorsey (yes, that’s the same Jack Dorsey who is the cre­ator, co-founder and Chair­man of Twit­ter). Dorsey, it turns out, is a New York enthu­si­ast. The startup’s new office there will be the base for tripling the company’s engi­neer­ing tal­ent in the city – a process Dorsey him­self dubs “aggres­sive.” At a recent round­table he host­ed at Colum­bia Uni­ver­si­ty, he said that he had a num­ber of rea­sons for believ­ing that Square “belongs…

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