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Bitpay Plans to Use Bitcoin Cash for Payment Invoices and Debit Loads

News On December 15 the largest bitcoin payment processor in the world, Bitpay, announced it will now process payments for multiple blockchains. The first decentralized currency Bitpay has opted to utilize will be bitcoin cash. Also read: Venezuelans Turn to Bitcoin as Government Crackdown on Mining IntensifiesBitpay Will Now Process Bitcoin Cas

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Adoption of Bitcoin Picking Up Speed in Venezuela, Called “Lifesaving” Currency

Bitcoin is now becoming a constant part of many Venezuelans’ everyday life.Whether they’re buying food, plane tickets, or even paying employees, Bitcoin is now a common mode of payment for Venezuelans. Frankly, many people in the country rely on cryptocurrencies for survival.Survival of fittestVenezuela’s hyperinflation has rendered the national currency, the Bolivar, nearly worthless. Thous

Taurus Coin Exchange Goes Live for Public

Singapore, London, Hongkong, December 15, 2017 — After a successful completion of its global launch, Taurus Coin now announces its proprietary exchange TRC Exchange for the public. This marks another achievement for Taurus Coin.The aim of launching its own TRC exchange platform is to become a one-stop shop for TRC users as it will satisfy the demand for people interested in Taurus Coin. TRC

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Meet “Pine,” the Bitcoin Philanthropist Who Set Up the $85 Million Pineapple Fund

Yesterday, one post set the Bitcoin subreddit on fire: An anonymous Bitcoiner who goes by the name of “Pine” announced that they are establishing the Pineapple Fund to donate 5,057 BTC, worth about $86 million at today’s exchange rate, to charitable causes.“I’m very happy that I have held on to most of my bitcoins until today,” Pine told Bitcoin Magazine. “Most early adopters of bitc

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Venezuela to Regulate Bitcoin Mining

According to local sources, the government of Venezuela is scheduled to launch an online registry for Bitcoin miners by Dec. 22. All Bitcoin miners in the country will be required to sign up. The registry is the first step in the development of a full legal framework to tax and regulate cryptocurrency mining in the country.Proponents of the decision argue that it will protect cryptocurrency miners

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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

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Blockchain Technology, Artificial Intelligence Enabling Democratization of Investing

Financial markets play a vital role in today's economic framework, enabling companies to access the necessary capital to expand. They also allow investors to safeguard the value of their savings by hedging against economic outcomes. But the way markets are changing makes them look drastically different than they did even 10 years ago. Between the rise of Fintech, high frequency trading and artific

Gibraltar Paves Way for Regulation of Crypto and DLT Companies

Regulation The Legislature of Gibraltar has approved a bill designed to update the territory’s Financial Services regulations. The bill is expected to pave the way for the territory’s introduction of comprehensive legislation governing the operations of companies working in the distributed ledger and cryptocurrency industries next year.Also Read:

Bitcoin Cash Will Close Out 2017 With Significant Infrastructure Support

News The end of the year is approaching, and the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network and community have continued to see significant growth. From merchant acceptance, cryptocurrency businesses integrating support, and many other additions to the BCH economy, shows that bitcoin cash will have some robust infrastructure for 2018.Also Read:Increased South Africa

Venezuelans Turn to Bitcoin as Government Crackdown on Mining Intensifies

Economics In contrast to many people around the world, who adopt bitcoin to make a quick profit, citizens of Venezuela use the currency as a matter of sheer survival. Venezuelans resort to the cryptocurrency to stay afloat, fighting the rising tides of hyperinflation. Even in the face of fierce government crackdowns, which are only getting worse

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