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The new Hungarian law will make it possible to confiscate Bitcoins and other virtual currencies from suspects in the early stages of the criminal process.
Cointelegraph shares a few tips how to spend time in Budapest only paying with Bitcoin.
Hungary’s fintech sector is teeming with good ideas. Cointelegraph takes a look at some promising, internationally successful Fintech companies.
According to Bitcoin ATM Map, a website providing a service that tracks Bitcoin or other cryptocurrency ATMS around the world, there are 208 Bitcoin ATMS operating on six continents.
Hungary has joined the parade of European countries whose central banks have issued warnings recently about the risks associated with cryptocurrencies.
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