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The Blockchain Summit on Richard Branson's private island has attracted digital currency's top names, and even the likes of Hollywood's Lucy Liu.
Bitt, the Caribbean's first bitcoin exchange company, is looking to provide more efficient and cost-effective payment solutions to the region's locals.
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Bitt, the Caribbean's first bitcoin exchange company, is looking to tap the region’s potential for remittances and banking services by providing faster and cheaper payments using bitcoin.
The Block Chain Summit kicks off at Branson’s private island, Xapo announces its advisory board, BitQuick.co integrates Clef's 'passwordless' authentication system, a new Bitcoin center in the capital city of Brazil, and more news.
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