Bitwage News

Bitwage is a platform that enables payroll and international wage payments performed with Bitcoin, local currencies and commodities and was founded in 2013 by John Lindsay. Bitwage is headquartered in San Francisco, U.S. Originally, Bitwage was created as a pure Bitcoin service for U.S. employers, but when it became clear that a large percentage of the volume was coming from international clients, Bitwage started its international payroll services. Bitwage is currently used by such employers as Google, Airbnb, The World Health Organization and Facebook. International payments with Bitcoin are cheaper and faster than with standard money, although sending and receiving local currency is also a part of Bitwage services. According to Bitwage’s official web-page, there are currently more than 19 thousand employees that are paid through Bitwage service.
UFC fighter Matheus Nicolau is moving to the Bitcoin paycheck to hedge against inflation and secure the value of his hard work.
Fight for Bitcoin: Brazilian UFC star to receive fight earnings in BTC
Helen Partz
A government advisor’s report will today recommend a clampdown on the UK’s cash-in-hand economy.
Cash Wage Clampdown Recommended For UK Economy
William Suberg
Silicon Valley-based payment gateway Bitwage has announced major changes to its freelance employment platform.
Bitcoin Blockchain May Have Your Salary’s Immutable Record
Iyke Aru
Bitwage will be able to utilize Unocoin API and employers will be able to directly and automatically sell Bitcoin and the beneficiary will be able to receive In...
Unocoin and BitWage Partner to Bring Cheaper Remittances to India
Shivdeep Dhaliwal
UK payment gateway company, Bitwage has won the French Tech Ticket competition, and qualifies to join one of France’s top incubators.
Bitcoin Bitwage Wins Tech Competition Organized By The French Government
Iyke Aru
Bitwage has a new feature to help freelancers called Bitwage “My Employment,” or Bitwage M.E.
Bitwage Seeks to Help Freelancers Gain More Bitcoin-Paying Work
Evander Smart
Bitwage announces that Brazilian contractors and freelancers can invoice without requiring their clients to sign up with them.
Bitcoin Payroll Bitwage Offers Direct Invoicing In Brazil
Iyke Aru
Bitso has begun offering Bitcoin payroll services to Mexican workers. Thanks to a partnership with payroll service Bitwage, the cryptocurrency exchange now allo...
Bitcoin Payroll Comes to Mexico With Bitwage-Bitso Partnership
Joël Valenzuela

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