Bitstamp is a bitcoin exchange that allows trading between USD currency and bitcoin cryptocurrency and provides USD, EUR, bitcoin, litecoin, ethereum, or Ripple deposits and withdrawals. While the Company trades in US dollars, it allows money to be deposited through the European Union's Single Euro Payments Area, a convenient way of transferring money between European bank accounts.

Company Growth (employees)
London, GB
Size (employees)
56 (est)+8%
Bitstamp was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in London, GB

Key People/Management at Bitstamp

Nejc Kodric

Nejc Kodric


Bitstamp Office Locations

Bitstamp has offices in London, Luxembourg and New York
London, GB (HQ)
5 New St Square
Luxembourg, LU
10 Rue Antoine Jans
New York, US
99 Hudson St
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Bitstamp Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date


Total Funding

$12.4 m

Latest funding size

$2.4 m

Time since last funding

about 1 year


Bitstamp's latest funding round in January 2017 was reported to be $2.4 m. In total, Bitstamp has raised $12.4 m

Bitstamp Financials


Cash (31-Dec-2016)

54 m
GBPFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016


65.7 m60.3 m27.7 m54 m

Accounts Receivable

20 k1.3 m3.7 m1.2 m

Current Assets

65.7 m61.6 m31.4 m55.2 m


14.9 k172.4 k153 k149.3 k
    Y, 2016

    Financial Leverage

    16.9 x
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    Bitstamp's Web-traffic and Trends

    Bitstamp Online and Social Media Presence

    Bitstamp News and Updates

    Bitcoin falls 25 percent to $10,200 on Bitstamp exchange

    SYDNEY (Reuters) - Bitcoin had lost a quarter of its value in early Asian trading on Wednesday as fears grew of a regulatory crackdown after reports that South Korea's finance minister said banning trading in cryptocurrencies was still an option.

    Bitcoin dips below $15k

    Bitcoin has dipped back below $15,000 after recovering on Tuesday from a serious sell off. The cryptocurrency was trading at $14,719 at pixel time according to Coindesk, down six per cent, or around $1,000. And it was at $14,690 on Bitstamp, also at pixel time. Bitcoin has had a rollercoaster …

    Bitcoin recovers some losses after its worst week since 2013

    (Reuters) — Bitcoin rose 15 percent on Tuesday, recouping about half of the losses it sustained last week, its worst since 2013, as investors who had missed out on earlier rallies bought the world’s biggest and best-known digital currency. While bitcoin investors and analysts believe last week’s dec…

    Bitstamp Company Life and Culture

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