Thank you, I've already joined Cointelegraph on Facebook!
Receive all Cointelegraph news immediately in Telegram.
Can you send money across borders instantly at almost no cost? Robert Genito of Wall of Coins thinks peer-to-peer Bitcoin exchanges could revolutionize the cross-border remittance industry.
Bitcoin enthusiasts suggest the use of Bitcoin in settling remittances between the U.S and Mexico after Trump’s proposal to build a wall between the two countries will have been realised.
Almost 20,000 Bitcoin transactions are currently paying more than 35 cents for a next block confirmation.
As banks and major financial institutions continue to be exposed for their illegitimate operations and felonious actions, a more convincing case for Bitcoin and mainstream adoption is being established.
LocalBitcoins halve trading fee from the current 1% to 0.5% for all Bitcoin trades done in the UK to help users get out of the pound before it's too late.
Consumers want a repeal of the Durbin Amendment which cost them an estimated $4 billion annually as they use a debit card to make a purchase.
Bitmain’s BTC.com launches its open-source platform to compete in the global Bitcoin mining pool distribution market.
What started out as just Shaun Gilchrist’s hobby is developing to become the world’s first and premier price index for Bitcoin, BitcoinAverage.
CoinTelegraph speaks to Canadian Bitcoiner Kyle Kemper about Social Wallet, a nonprofit that hopes to digitize every aspect of a physical wallet, money, services, and identity.
Dynamic fees, announced by Blockchain.info, ensure faster Bitcoin transactions.
Megafon and other mobile operators accept Bitcoin as a payment for their services.
Mycelium made an unexpected announcement on May 8 — an introduction to a new project called Mycelium Gear, which is a direct, zero-fee payment processor for merchants.
FinTech Digest from CoinTelegraph
E-coin is looking to position itself as the most useful and comfortable tool for spending bitcoin anywhere in the world with the rollout of their cypto debit cards.
Yesterday, the question of whether Mike Tyson’s Bitcoin venture was some sort of publicity stunt and would a Tyson-branded bitcoin dispensing machine ever become reality was answered as his Bitcoin ATM went live near the Las Vegas Strip yesterday.
Debit card supplier Xapo put themselves in a quandary by first promising low transaction fees when they claimed users will be charged a $15 one-time flat fee and now supposedly changed the schedule.
CEX.IO and Ghash.IO have announced several major upgrades including the ability for customers to make purchases using fiat currency for the first time.
“The system needs more analysis” might be Dave Hudson's motto as far as Bitcoin mining is concerned. It's not a surprising opinion for an engineer.
Alternative international payment provider Transferwise has received a US$25million dollar investment from Richard Branson.
The Lancaster-based university of Cumbria has become the first higher education institution in the world to register its first student who has paid for tuition using Bitcoin.
The European Parliament has passed a deal to cap the fees at 0.2% that banks charge retailers to process payments in a move that could undermine one of bitcoin’s main competitive advantages in the EU.
The European Union (EU) Parliament, on the advice of Pablo Zalba, will vote on Tuesday, March 17, on whether credit card transaction fees should be arbitrarily capped at 0.2 %. The legislation, which would govern both domestic and cross-border transactions, is being pushed as a “cost saver” for consumers and retailers....
Kraken is increasing its fees for the majority of its traders, causing minor outrage from its customers.
For updates and exclusive offers, enter your e-mail below.
You registration completed successfully.
Confirmation email sent to email address provided.