Bitwage allows Employees to both receive a wage and pay for goods and services in Bitcoin. Through Bitwage, Bitcoin users no longer need to have a bank account in order to enter the Bitcoin space. This allows underbanked people to have easier access to financial tools.
Coinffeine is an open source, peer-to-peer (P2P) bitcoin exchange platform. With Coinffeine you are able to buy and sell bitcoins securely and anonymously without having to rely on a centralized exchange like MtGox or Bitstamp.
A Linux distribution designed to securely handle bitcoin wallets. BTC Vault is based on Slax and thus contains a full Linux installation including the KDE desktop environment and the Firefox webbrowser.
Also, BTC Vault includes the Electrum bitcoin client and the MultiBit bitcoin client that you can use to manage your coins.
Monitor your coins. We offer a secure payment solution. Unlike other services we don't need access to your wallet, and the customers directly pay to your wallet. No need to have bitcoin running on your webserver. You only need to provide your Bitcoin addresses and a callback url - We will inform you immediately when a payment has been done.
BtcBalance is a service wich you can use to store your Bitcoin addresses to view their current balance and total received balance. You can add up to 50 addresses to your account and make as many accounts as you want. So if you're at school or work for instance and don't have access to your Bitcoin wallet, then you can add your addresses to your BtcBalance account and view their status.
bit.ink is an invite-only online community focused on the discussion of digital currencies, such as Bitcoin and the wide array of similar projects it has inspired. Think of it as Hacker News for digital currency, without the naive shilling culture of /r/Bitcoin.