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Despite recent setbacks in the country, a German bank has become the first worldwide to offer Bitcoin trading directly linked to a regular bank account in the traditional banking system.
Continuing the largest Bitcoin event series worldwide, Inside Bitcoins is headed to Berlin March 5-6, 2015 with CoinTelegraph as the official media sponsor.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange spoke about the resurgence of the platform.
Bitcoin regulations in Europe.
German government wants to control Bitcoin transactions in order to prevent terrorism financing
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A week after the announcement by the Central Bank of Denmark to abolish the printing of cash by 2016
CoinTelegraph highlights some recent events overlooked by the Bitcoin industry that immediately precipitated the announcement including an FBI “playbook” and European seizure survey.
More and more Bitcoin ATMs are popping up in various locations all over the world.
No sane person can deny the many benefits of cryptocurrency compared to fiat, and certainly the government can’t deny them, either. The age of e-money seems to be taking off.
CoinTelegraph spoke with Christoph Hering from BitShares Munich on the current refugee influx into Europe and why cryptocurrency and blockchain technology might just be the perfect answer to the crisis.
The second-largest German exchange Tradegate has implemented KNC’s XBT Provider ETN, the first regulated Bitcoin exchange-traded note.
Now buyers also have the possibility to spend their bitcoins at the german branch Amazon.de through Coinimal without any fees.
Localbitcoins.com has been forced to halt service in Germany due to regulatory fears, prompting renewed questions about the country’s perspective on digital currencies.
While Germany has become a hostile environment for Bitcoin in the EU, its central bank has revealed its engagement with cryptocurrency in 2014 in a consumer survey.
CoinTelegraph spoke with Stuart Hoegner, the editor of the book titled “The Law Of Bitcoin” on his experience in being part of the team behind the project as well as his opinion on bitcoin regulation around the globe.
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In 2015, the reality of blocked or ‘censored’ websites continues to be a major phenomenon regardless of geographical location.
Every year there is the Oktoberfest in the Bavarian capital, Munich. Millions of people from every country in the world travel here to secure a place in one of the fourteen marquees or huge covered tents. Undoubtedly, out of these 6.4 million visitors, there will certainly be some visitors who would be happy to pay wit...
Canadian regulation of Bitcoin is favorable so far, but several more conditions have to be met for the cryptocurrency to meet its potential, a new report by a Canadian research institute found.
CoinTelegraph is a proud partner of Coin ATM Radar, which regularly updates a helpful and navigable Bitcoin ATM map, to get the most comprehensive data about new BTMs as they go online.
Germany is refusing to take the fall for Europe’s failing banks, indicating that a financial collapse may be in store for the EU soon.
If the UK exits from the EU, it should lose its banking passporting rights, warns the head of Bundesbank, and adds that Frankfurt is more attractive as a financial capital.
Germany and France’s interior ministers called on the European Union to establish backdoors in encrypted messaging services.
Berlin-based fintech startup, N26 recently received a German banking license. Allowing it to reach other European banking markets.
German banks may have violated EU competition law by placing restrictions on non-bank payment services.
German-based insurance giant Allianz has announced it has been successfully testing Blockchain technology and smart contracts for the processing of default swaps and bonds.
New “Uber killer” ridesharing company Arcade City won first place at the GTEC Awards in Berlin, and with it a prize of 20,000 euros.
Payroll in Bitcoin has just reached Germany, with payment processors BitPay and PEY partnering to allow Germans to make their living in cryptocurrency.
In just the past few months, CoinTelegraph has expanded its reach to a wide range of local markets throughout the world via the CoinTelegraph Franchise Program.
Bitcoin exchange ItBit opened its doors on Thursday to US customers, BitPagos announced a partnership with e-commerce solutions provider Entrepids, and more news.
From the 26th till the 29th of October Berlin, Germany welcomed the conference TechCrunch’s Disrupt Europe 2013.
Back in August, Germany became the first country in the world to recognize Bitcoin as “private money.” Note this is not the same as legal tender.
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