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Bitwage announces that Brazilian contractors and freelancers can invoice without requiring their clients to sign up with them.
Over the first six months of 2016, Bitcoin trading volumes in Brazil surpassed that of gold by 7 percent.
July 31 saw participants such as the World Bank and other financial elite from Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan gather in Argentina and Brazil to witness the potential of Bitcoin and blockchain technology, particularly for the Latin American region.
A San Francisco escort has written a guide for other escorts to teach them how to accept bitcoin for their services; banking giant BNP Paribas regards Bitcoin a major disruptive invention as well as other top stories for July 3.
Innovative technology is driving increasing interest in cryptocurrency and could allow Brazilian tech startups to leap frog other nations in the digital currency space.
Brazillian Bitcoiner will attempt to place the BTC flag at the Everest base-camp; the 50th Bitcoin obituary has been recorded in the press; Koinify teams up with Clef for a new form of secure 2FA and other top stories for March 23.
CoinTelegraph spoke to Miranda about his plans for the newly launched exchange, Bitcoin’s “untapped potential” in Latin America, and the increasing popularity of BTC in the world’s 7th largest economy, Brazil.
Hong Kong investment firm MyCoin may have lost US$387 million amid allegation of it being a pyramid scheme, Andreas Antonopoulos says to give Bitcoin “two years” following 2014's record investment in the technology, IBM plans to give away US$18,000 worth of bitcoins in a “rain” of the digital currency at a São Paulo event, and much more news that happened on February 7 and 8.
This December 6th & 7th, laBITconf RIO 2014 will not only be the first world-class Bitcoin Conference to be hosted in Brazil, but also the most important conference of the year in Latin America.
A recent announcement from a company named LPP Fusion seems to have brought together two very different fields: science and Bitcoin.
The World Cup is now underway in Brazil and one organization is using the global appeal of the game, demonstrating how simple Bitcoin technology can be for users.
A unique Bitcoin betting service for the Brazilian World Cup 2014 has launched – and its value in the gambling world is unique.
Vinci Hair Clinic in London announced that it had successfully completed a hair transplant on December 18 that was paid for in Bitcoins.
One of the most popular science and culture magazines in Brazil – Superinteressante has created a bitcoin paywall.
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