It’s been a whirlwind few months for Bitrise. The startup announced a $15 million Series B in March, followed by its acquisition by Coinbase in May.
At the time of the acquisition, Coinbase said that Bitrise would help it “accelerate our mission of delivering an open financial system to the world.”.
Now, just a few weeks later, Coinbase is officially integrating Bitrise into its platform. Starting today, users can link their Bitrise account to Coinbase and use the Coinbase API to trigger builds and deployments.
This is a big win for Bitrise, which will now have access to Coinbase’s massive user base.
It’s also a big win for Coinbase, which continues to position itself as the go-to platform for developers building on blockchain. With Bitrise, Coinbase now has a full suite of tools to help developers build, test, and deploy their applications.
And with more than 8 million users, Coinbase is one of the largest development platforms in the world.
So what does this mean for the future of Bitrise? It’s hard to say for sure, but it’s clear that Coinbase sees Bitrise as a key piece of its developer ecosystem. And withBitrise’s integrations with popular services like GitHub and Slack, it’s likely that we’ll see even more integrations with Coinbase in the future.