While bitcoin is going via some growing pains right now, that shouldn’ t prevent entrepreneurs from starting a digital currency business. As we comprehensive recently, many VCs are on the lookout for business companions in the burgeoning space.
One notable challenge, though, is that regulators are looking closely at what should be done about decentralized money. This means that for even the most intrepid entrepreneurs, fear and doubt surrounds planning for the many feasible scenarios of legislation that could take shape.
Palo Alto, California-based BlockScore, however, aims to take some of the regulatory issues already at hand and automate them. BlockScore offers an identity verification API that startups can easily apply into a product or service.
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