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Europe has gained another major Bitcoin retailer as Alza moves to accept payments, potentially with Ethereum and Litecoin to follow.
There are many ways you can use Bitcoin today in many countries, getting everything from dentistry services to buying a camera to show off your new smile.
A study examines the current trends in the international money transfer space. Olivia Chow, the company’s Lead Researcher, had a chat with Cointelegraph revealing its key findings.
The lack of regulation or maturity are cited as reasons by regulators for not approving Bitcoin-based financial products. But the same financial institutions refuse to regulate them.
Europe is starting to become a haven for Bitcoin users and businesses. Regulators have demonstrated a positive outlook on both Bitcoin and Blockchain development.
With 560 attendees, 26 exhibitors, and 26 speakers, Blockshow 2017 became the largest international Blockchain-related event ever organized in Europe.
European cryptocurrency exchange BitPanda recently added Dash-fiat trading pairs as altcoin buying options outside of acquiring Bitcoin first continue to expand.
Europe and Russia have become Dash developers’ latest focus in their bid to build a major presence in international markets.
As we approach BlockShow Europe 2017, Cointelegraph has met with Marco Barulli, one of the key speakers at the event, to discuss the hottest Blockchain news.
As we approach BlockShow Europe 2017, Cointelegraph has met with Charlie Shrem, one of the key speakers at the event, to discuss the hottest Blockchain news.
Relying on advantages provided by smart contracts the SmartPlay dev team has launched an online gaming platform where everybody wins.
A Swiss startup Procivis has recently announced its proof-of-concept for a Blockchain-backed e-government platform.
The preparations for BlockShow Europe 2017 are well underway and the organizer’s team has recently shared some good news.
PSD2, which allows third-party companies to offer banking services to consumers, could eventually transform banking in 67 countries worldwide through a ripple effect.
The UK’s Channel Islands have given the green light to Global Advisors Bitcoin Investment Fund (GABI), marking the launch of the world’s first listed regulated Bitcoin fund.
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