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Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, and CoinIn

Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, and CoinIn

Posted by on Jun 6, 2014 in Bitcoin, Dogecoin, Litecoin, Programming, Startup, Virtual Currency | 0 comments

I’ve been following Bitcoin since mid 2010. It was particularly interesting to me at the time as my company was processing high-risk payments; high-risk payments which Bitcoin seemed to be ideally suited for. Since then I’ve mined and traded (terribly) Bitcoin and a bunch of other cryptocurrencies like Litecoin and Dogecoin. A few weeks ago I published a document on securing virtual currency applications based on my experience in traditional payments and building applications. Late 2013 and early 2014 had been frustrating times to watch scammers and incompetence dominate the cryptocurrency landscape only to, predictably, fail a short time later. If cryptocurrencies are ever going to succeed they will have to do better, much better.

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Redfall Technologies Inc.

Redfall Technologies Inc.

Posted by on Nov 13, 2013 in Startup, Uncategorized, World Wide Web | 0 comments

It has almost been a year since I’ve done a blog post and months since I’ve posted on Vogogo’s blog. Why? In July of this year Redfall Technologies received a $1,000,000 commitment from AVAC to continue to execute it’s business strategy. Then in September Redfall announced it was going public on the Toronto Venture Exchange through a Capital Pool Corporation (CPC) merger. Since the beginning of this year there has been significant work done by a lot of people to make this happen, all while keeping Vogogo running smoothly and continuing to grow.

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The New Vogogo

The New Vogogo

Posted by on Jun 27, 2012 in Marketing, Programming, Startup, World Wide Web | 2 comments

Last weekend we launched a completely redesigned vogogo.com based on customer feedback and usage metrics collected over the last year. The new system is significantly simplified over it’s predecessor, written in a technology stack that speeds development time and will allow us to introduce new features with greater speed and confidence.

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