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PayPal’s Braintree developing ways to process payments using bitcoin

In “the coming months,” PayPal’s Braintree will have completed a way to process payments using the peer-to-peer decentralized digital currency bitcoin. Bill Ready, who is head of the online and mobile payments platform, announced the news in a conference and […]

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BitPay opens bigger Amsterdam office amid 1,900% growth in European bitcoin acceptance

The peer-to-peer decentralized digital currency bitcoin’s popularity has dramatically soared to new heights this past year. From the United States to Canada, from Europe to Asian, the virtual currency has become an accepted payment method or form of money for […]

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MIT Coop bookstore now accepting Bitcoin

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) students can now purchase textbooks, clothing and school supplies at the MIT bookstore, the MIT Coop, BitPay announced Thursday. In doing so, the bookstore – which was founded as a cooperative in 1882 – becomes […]

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Study: Majority of U.S. consumers ‘unlikely’ to purchase, use bitcoin

It’s no secret that bitcoin and other peer-to-peer decentralized virtual currencies have become mainstream over the past several months. From major companies, like Dell and Expedia, incorporating digital currencies into their business models to the bankruptcy of Mt. Gox, the […]

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Xapo warns it will bypass New York customers if BitLicense passes

In July, the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) presented a new plan that would establish the strictest regulations against bitcoin in the United States thus far. Some of the measures unveiled consist of instituting compliance officers, maintaining required […]

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CheapAir accepting dogecoin, litecoin; Whole Foods customers can use bitcoin

Last year, CheapAir became the very first online travel agency to install bitcoin as a payment method option. It announced in July that it had generated more than $1.5 million in bitcoin sales. A lot of its sales have been […]

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Google analyst thinks bitcoin could be ‘the Internet of money’

It has been close to a year since the peer-to-peer decentralized digital currency bitcoin topped $1,000. Soon after the price collapsed to half that value, financial experts and banking officials called for the virtual currency’s utter demise. Of course, bitcoin […]

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Wagepoint paying Canadian salaries in bitcoin

A payment firm in Ontario, Canada says that employees from 10 firms have now signed up to receive their salaries in bitcoin instead of Canadian dollars, and many more are apparently asking about the payment option. The payment firm is […]

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Decentralized marketplace, OpenBazaar, to release first beta Sunday

OpenBazaar, one of the first fully functional decentralized p2p online Bitcoin marketplaces, plans to release their first beta sometime Sunday night, kicking off what is expected to be the beginning of the end of centralized exchanges like eBay who impose […]

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Bitcoin could become legal tender in Australia if popularity increases

Countries around the world seem to each have their own idea of how they plan to classify digital currencies such as Bitcoin – should it be considered a form of currency or personal property? Or perhaps is should be outright […]

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