From Bitcoin Price Stabilization to The End for SV? – Top Stories of the Past Week

Another Sunday, another Sunday digest. Your one-stop shop to catch up on all the important news in the world of Bitcoin and cryptocurrency. Bitcoin Price Consolidating For Next Big Move Bitcoin price 00 continues to hold over $5000, entering a new accumulation phase before the next big bull run, according to some. Latest moves have seen […]

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UK’s Biggest Business Travel Agency Now Accepts Bitcoin

UK’s biggest travel management company is now accepting bitcoin for payments after “increasing demand” from clients. The move also hints that its retail travel giant parent-company Flight Centre Group could soon accept BTC company-wide. UK’s Biggest Travel Management Company Accepts Bitcoin Corporate Traveller is the UK’s largest travel management company dedicated to partnering with companies […]

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Julian Assange Nets $20K in Bitcoin Donations in 24 Hours

The arrest of Julian Assange has caused an uproar around the world resulting in donations pouring in. The WikiLeaks defence fund has already received roughly $20,000 dollars in bitcoin donation in just 24 hours. Julian Assange Sees Donations Flowing Julian Assange, who had been living at the Ecuadorian embassy in London for seven years, was […]

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IMF Poll: Cryptocurrency Payments Will Be Mainstream By 2024

An ongoing poll by the IMF shows that more people believe that cryptocurrency will be the most popular payment means for lunch by 2024. More People Prefer Crypto As at press time, more than half of the respondents say they would use cryptocurrency to pay for lunch in five-years’ time. Of the almost 26,000 votes […]

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Ukraine’s Capital Kiev May Soon Accept Bitcoin for Public Transport

Authorities at the Kiev City State Administration (KCSA) are reportedly re-examining the merits of adopting Bitcoin (BTC) payments in the city’s public transport system. The move is part of efforts to upgrade Kiev’s public transport infrastructure to meet up with the standards seen in other major cities across the globe. Accepting Bitcoin on Kiev’s Public […]

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First Canadian Municipality Starts Accepting Bitcoin For Property Taxes

The town of Innisfil, Ontario will be the first municipality in Canada to accept bitcoin in payment for property taxes. The pilot scheme will be in partnership with Toronto-based Coinberry, who simultaneously announced a new easy-to-use cryptocurrency payment solution. ‘Tax Payments in BTC’ Trend Reaches Canada Accepting bitcoin for payment of taxes is becoming a thing south […]

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How to Get Bitcoin Without Giving Up Your Privacy – Earn It

How to get bitcoin without having to give up your personal information? The best way is probably good old fashioned work – earning it. Ways And Means We tend to like our Bitcoin decentralized, anonymous, and peer-to-peer. After all, wasn’t that sort of… the whole point? So why do most people acquire it through centralized, […]

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Venezuela: Maduro Administration Targets Bitcoin Remittance

The Venezuela government is reportedly making a move towards collecting fees on Bitcoin remittance payments in the country. This step comes as the cash-strapped Maduro administration continues to seek ways to finance itself in the wake of mounting economic restrictions. Government Eyes Share of Booming Bitcoin Market Earlier in March 2019, the Maduro regime launched […]

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Paul Brody: Bitcoin Has No Practical Use

Paul R. Brody, the Global Blockchain Innovation Chief at Ernst and Young (EY), says he sees no practical application for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. This statement comes amid a growing rate of adoption of virtual currencies in both developed and developing nations.  Tokenized Fiat (Not Bitcoin) is The Future of Money Speaking to Forbes India, […]

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