“The Bitcoin Database“, which contains more than 300 bitcoin startups, aims to help entrepreneurs and investors get an overview and to further participate in building a viable bitcoin ecosystem.
The open source database is open for everyone to use and update.
According to a post by Joel Eriksson Enquist (an associate with Creandum), a majority of bitcoin startups have origins in the US, Europe and increasingly in Asia. 33 of them have announced that they’ve raised $87,5m in funding. The majority of the resources have gone to North American startups such as Coinbase, Circle, Ripple, gyft and 21E6. At a sectorial level, funds were mainly raised by companies operating in sectors such as exchanges, wallet & banking, payment processing, and mining activities.
The entire article by Enquist (with findings) is available here.