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GMO Internet to Pay 4,000 Employees Using Bitcoin

A Japanese company has taken the bold step of opting to pay their employees using Bitcoin. GMO Internet is a firm dealing in web-related matters. These include finance, advertising, and internet infrastructure. In an effort to get more familiar with cryptocurrency, they’re trialling its use as a payment method in a professional setting.Employees at GMO Internet can opt to have up to 100,000 yen

Ebay “Seriously Considering” Adding Bitcoin Payments

Type “Bitcoin” into online marketplace giant eBay’s search bar, and you’ll discover an absolute plethora of bizarre items which loosely relate to the world’s hottest cryptocurrency. There are more eBook investment guides than you could read in a lifetime, pointless pieces of circular plastic with the assumed Bitcoin logo emblazoned upon them, mining contracts and components for rigs

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Craigslist Adds “Cryptocurrency Ok” Option to Listings

The classified ads website Craigslist recently added the option for buyers and sellers to specify that they’d like to transact using cryptocurrency. The new feature was added late last week to little fanfare. It was another cryptocurrency news outlet that picked up the development that was subsequently reported in The Verge and other publications.To use the option, sellers simply check a box whe

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Craigslist Adds “Cryptocurrency Ok” Option to Listings

The classified ads website Craigslist recently added the option for buyers and sellers to specify that they’d like to transact using cryptocurrency. The new feature was added late last week to little fanfare. It was another cryptocurrency news outlet that picked up the development that was subsequently reported in The Verge and other publications.To use the option, sellers simply check a box whe

Precious Metals Dealer Apmex Now Accepts Bitcoin for Purchases

Finance Bitcoin users can now purchase a variety of precious metals, bullion, coins, bars and numismatics products from the popular online dealer Apmex. The firm announced accepting bitcoin on December 8 and said they are “thrilled to welcome the use of cryptocurrency.”Also Read: Bitfinex Experiences Withdrawal DifficultiesBullion Dealer Apm

Craigslist Enable Sellers to Accept Bitcoin, More Merchants Adopt Cryptocurrencies

Craigslist, the US-based classified advertisements platform, has perhaps inadvertently given a sneak peak of its intention to allow sellers to accept Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as an official payment method.Craigslist’s “Cryptocurrency Ok” optionOn December 8, a member of an online Bitcoin community discovered that the Craiglist product and service listing page for merchants included

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Steam Stops Accepting Bitcoin Payments Citing Extreme Volatility, Fees

Today, Valve announced that the Steam gaming platform will no longer accept Bitcoin payments due to high fees and incredible volatility. Valve says transaction fees, which are passed on to the company by Bitcoin payment processor Bitpay, surpassed $20 last week. Transaction fees were only 20 cents last spring when Valve began accepting the digital currency for payment.The Steam platform began acce

South Korean Financial Regulators Ban Bitcoin Futures Trading

Regulation It appears that South Korea is bowing out of the race for bitcoin futures trading, leaving the field wide open to the Americans and Japanese. This is not because established financial companies are reluctant to offer the new instruments in the bitcoin obsessed country, but due to another official ban.Also read: TD Ameritrade, Ally Invest t

This Bulgarian Business School Offers Bitcoin Scholarships

News This week the international business school, Varna University of Management (VUM), located in Bulgaria, has announced that ten applicants for the school’s software engineering bachelor’s program will earn bitcoin-based scholarships. Students will be able to choose to receive the scholarship fund for 1000 EUR in the equivalent amount of bitco

This Ukrainian Shipping Firm is Using Bitcoin to Evade Sanctions

News A Ukrainian shipping company has become the first to accept payment in bitcoin. Its motivation for taking the digital currency? To evade economic sanctions. Shipping companies are obliged not to trade with sanction-hit countries such as Sudan, Yemen, and Qatar. Bitcoin provides a means of ensuring payment whilst enabling shippers to continue tra

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