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Industries That Are Nailing Blockchain Already

The cryptocurrency market has been experiencing exponential growth throughout 2017. With Ethereum making the jump from $40 to $320 at the time of writing, and Bitcoin shattering previous records with all-time highs, plus eight other cryptocurrencies with a total market capitalization over $1 bln, the entire ecosystem has reached a market value of over $170 bln.Image: coinmarketcapWhile the value o

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Real Estate on the Blockchain: More Sellers Want Crypto

This week, there have been some interesting developments within the crypto/property space. Firstly, Magnum Real Estate Group president, Ben Shaoul spoke to CNBC about his latest project. He’s currently developing several condominiums on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Each will hit the market for between $700,000 and $1.5 million for which he’s willing to accept payment i

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Various Restaurants Around the World now Accept Bitcoin Cash

Contrary to what some people expect, there are physical locations accepting Bitcoin Cash. While the list is pretty small right now, it shows the potential for BCH. Surprisingly, two of the locations are based in Japan, whereas the third is in the US. All locations are related to food, which is pretty convenient for BCH holders. It will be interesting to see if this list continues to grow in the ne

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Julian Assange Thanks US Government, Senators, For Forced Bitcoin Investment

Sometimes you have a comeback so good you have to wait until the perfect time to use it. Apparently, for Julian Assange, that time was when Bitcoin hit $5,746.51. The Wikileaks founder posted his comment on Twitter, after a stunning week of price jumps in the cryptocurrency’s value.  The tweet was accompanied by a chart of the value of Bitcoin.My deepest thanks to the US government, Senator

Nordic Law Firm Now Accepts Bitcoin Payments

Services A Finland-based law firm, Nordic Law, made an announcement Thursday they would begin accepting bitcoin payments for legal services rendered. Specializing in business and law, the firm recognized their clients’ needs for leveraging alternative forms of payment. Also read: Remittance Startup Bitspark Drops Bitcoin Over Network Fees

Iranian Computer Hardware Company Accepts Bitcoin

Featured Lioncomputer is an Iranian computing hardware company that has been operating since 2013. Yasser Ahmadi of Lioncomputer told news.Bitcoin.com that Lioncomputer has sought to actively engage with the Iranian bitcoin mining community, stating that the company “has supported miners through mining forums and provid[ed] them with the latest min

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Swedish Officials Settle First Debt in Bitcoin

Featured Swedish officials with the Swedish Enforcement Authority has settled a debt with bitcoin. This is the first time the enforcement agency in the country accepted bitcoin as payment rendered for debt owed to the State. Also read: Panama City Strip Mall Merchants Embrace Bitcoin CustomersNew Asset For Use by the Swedish Enforcemen

Buy Website Traffic via Bitcoin or PayPal in TrafficBot

In general, TrafficBot is one of the best high-quality traffic delivery services, where you can able to find bitcoin-related traffic. Along with the traffic delivery, you can also look for the various bitcoin forecasts and technical analysis out there. Apart from bitcoin, they will also accept PayPal, WebMoney and bank transfers. The major motive of service is to provide awareness and knowledge to

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Why is Africa Slow on the Bitcoin Uptake?

There are masses of potential for Bitcoin in Africa. It’s a monetary system for the unbanked, it’s trustless and far less corruptible, and it can create a new monetary system where there’s no long legacy of banking and financials.However, across the continent, in different countries, the uptake has been surprisingly slow. From South Africa and Nigeria, as the biggest players in Bitcoin, to s

Vanuatu Becomes First Nation to Accept Bitcoin in Exchange for Citizenship

Emerging Markets The South Pacific island nation of Vanuatu has become host to the world’s first government to accept bitcoin in exchange for citizenship. Vanuatu’s citizenship program costs $200,000 USD, meaning that at current prices the residency program costs less than 41.5 bitcoins.Also Read: Nation of Vanuatu Embraces Bitcoin Payments

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