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Bitcoin users in Japan can now pay their electric bills with their favourite cryptocurrency and save money as well.
The United States House of Representatives has passed a nonbinding bill calling for a domestic policy demonstrating support toward digital currencies and the Blockchain technologies.
In the last week of January, Argentina-based operator enBitcoins expanded its services to Mexico
Bitcoin utility payments are not very popular at the moment. Most such services are designed for users that are already familiar with Bitcoin.
Africans rarely use Bitcoin payment services as they don’t trust Bitcoin as a currency.
Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine will review the bill defining the legal status of Bitcoin. Allegedly, it will be submitted in January, 2016.
As someone who's gotten two mothers to use Bitcoin, I thought I'd offer up a few tips on what seems to entice the maternal amongst us.
It's getting easier and easier to pay your day-to-day expenses in cryptocurrency. Now you can add to the list gas, electric, cable, and cell phone bills.
Turns out that paying for your rent and other utilities with bitcoin is every easy with a private and simple method that has been right under our noses.
A bill placed before the North Carolina Senate could see the Old North State implement mandatory licensing for companies operating with digital currency.
The Californian state assembly is considering legislation that would require all “virtual currency” businesses to acquire a US$5,000 license to operate legally.
CISA (Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act of 2015) easily passed through the U.S. Senate’s vote on Tuesday, creating a new avenue for consumer data sharing that benefits anti-privacy entities like the NSA
NordOvest Energie, a Turin-based utility company that supplies electricity and gas to Italian households and companies, has partnered with local startup Tinkl.it to enable consumers to pay their bills with bitcoins.
United States Representative Steve Stockman (R-Texas) kept his promise and recently introduced a bill in Congress that would not only extend substantial protections to cryptocurrencies, but would also require that cryptocurrencies be classified as a “currency.”
When Daniel Alexiuc launched Living Room of Satoshi as a one-man bill paying service in May of this year, he did so with one goal: to make Bitcoin more useful for more people. He charged zero fees and simply paid people’s fiat-only bills for them, in return for the same amount in Bitcoin.
A new bill paying cryptocurrency platform wins “Best Pitch” at Banking Industry “Startup Showdown”
Igot.com announced on its Facebook page on September 11 that it had introduced a new bill-payment feature for users in New Zealand and Australia that would allow those customers to pay things such as rent, utility bills and council rates in bitcoin.
The California State Senate and Assembly passed a bill in early September that amends the state’s Money Transmission Act.
Canadian startup YesToBitcoins.com announces a new service that allows local users to pay their credit cards bills using the digital currency.
Ross William Ulbricht, the person who was in charge of the Silk Road website, should not be charged with money laundering, according to his attorney, Joshua Dratel, who stated that Bitcoin are property and not real currency citing the IRS’ recent ruling.
A bill aimed at getting the state of Utah to accept bitcoin for states services passes its first reading in the Senate. The bill has now passed its first Senate reading having already passed through the House of Representatives with a slim majority of 38 Yes votes against 36 No's.
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