Amazon News

Amazon is one of the largest trading platforms in the world. The service was founded in 1994 by Jeffrey Preston Bezos, who is more commonly known as Jeff Bezos.

Nowadays, one of the most important questions is if Amazon will accept cryptocurrency or not, as the whole future of cryptocurrency depends on the opportunity to pay with it. Amazon accepting cryptocurrency might be difficult due to a number of reasons. For example, Bitcoin transactions have a relatively low speed with about 7 transactions per second while the maximum number of transactions per second on Amazon was 600. Nevertheless, the company hasn’t officially announced that it will accept virtual currencies.

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What does it take to bring crypto e-commerce to the masses? We talk to Shopping.io’s CEO Arbel Arif about the untapped opportunities in this market right now.
Q&A: Conquering the kingdom of crypto e-commerce
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2021-05-18T02:42:58+01:00
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A decentralized network has launched its private testnet as it aims to dramatically reduce waste when it comes to how the world’s computing resources are used.
Watch out Amazon Web Services: Decentralized rival launches testnet
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2021-05-07T13:25:00+01:00
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Total crypto market cap briefly surpassed that of Saudi Aramco.
Total crypto market capitalization posts new all-time high above $1.9T
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2021-04-01T11:06:42+01:00
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A blockchain project says it delivers an all-in-one shopping experience — and fairer terms for buyers and sellers than the likes of Amazon and eBay.
Watch out eBay: There’s a new DeFi shopping app on the block
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2021-03-30T12:22:00+01:00
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Bitcoin price reaching $182,000 would probably make Satoshi Nakamoto the richest person on the planet.
At what Bitcoin price will Satoshi Nakamoto become the world's richest person?
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2021-03-27T12:43:42+00:00
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Brian Armstrong compares Coinbase to Amazon in the early days in terms of innovations that will benefit customers.
Coinbase's Reddit AMA: ‘It’s like Amazon in the early days’
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2021-03-24T04:56:23+00:00
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Quick loading times can be crucial for a company’s website — and now, a blockchain project is offering an innovative and inexpensive way of securing bandwidth.
Blockchain project takes on Cloudflare and Amazon Web Services
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2021-03-10T11:04:00+00:00
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The famous investor picks Netflix among major companies as the most likely to put Bitcoin on its balance sheet.
Netflix 'might' be next Fortune 100 firm to buy Bitcoin — Tim Draper
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2021-03-03T12:13:41+00:00
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