International Women’s Day, Coinsecure and Others

March 8 marks International Women’s Day, celebrated across the world as a symbol of women empowerment and encouragement. The celebration of Women’s Day is ingrained into the corporate culture where the companies show appreciation to their women employees by either sending out greetings, small gifts etc.

Coinsecure, one of the leading Indian bitcoin company has decided to celebrate International Women’s Day by using bitcoin to empower the women folk across in India and abroad. The company, in its blog and a mailer sent out to all its users, mention that intend to cater to the unbanked female population in India. in addition, the company also showcases the women in Coinsecure’s leadership in its blog post. As a commitment, Coinsecure has also announced that it will be looking forward to enabling more women use and trade bitcoin.

In other news, the Bitcoin company also organized an Ask Me Anything session on Twitter. Anyone with questions regarding Coinsecure or digital currency could send a tweet with their queries and a hashtag #AskAbiAnything. As per the response by the company’s Business Development Officer for one of the queries, Coinsecure will soon be launching an Android application. Until now, the trading platform has been available only on the web platform. With most Indians being predominantly Android users, it is not sure whether there will be an iOS application any time soon.

India is one of the emerging markets in the Bitcoin sectors. The Indian Bitcoin market is currently dominated by three major players – Coinsecure, Unocoin and Zebpay.

Unocoin is an alumni of Boost VC accelerator and it is also funded by Barry Silbert of the Digital Currency Group fame. On the other hand, Zebpay has an award winning mobile only platform available on both iOS and Android devices. The company recently announced a variety of new features on their application.

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