The clues started to roll in on social media in late September. Charlie Shrem, founder of BitInstant, would wed his longtime girlfriend Courtney Warner.
She posted on Facebook about one month ago.
She imparted that Mr. Shrem was worth the wait and then got on with what all the Bitcoin ladies were waiting for: showing that rock!
Check out that Chrome manicure! On point.
One final photo of the newly engaged couple:
Shrem, released early from prison earlier this summer after helping to launder funds to the darknet marketplace Silk Road, has not publicly announced any new Bitcoin plans, and told Bitcoiners he’d be taking the immediate future to spend time with family and friends.
His early Bitcoin startup, Bit Instant, found much early success, proving as the only point-of-sale for bitcoins until the Bitcoin ATM industry grew impressively in size.