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Irish Tech Startup Releases Wearable Cryptocurrency Device
In sign that the traditional market traders are warming up to cryptocurrencies, a fully regulated Forex brokerage introduces three leading cryptocurrencies on the world’s most popular MT4 platform.
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is partnering with Irish banks and Deloitte on a new Blockchain scheme.
To facilitate the development and implementation of the blockchain technology in Ireland, a non-profit advocacy group called the Blockchain Association of Ireland (BAI) will launch on December 14.
The Central Bank of Ireland recently granted Facebook Payments International Ltd (FBPIL) an e-money license, which effectively allows Facebook to facilitate peer to peer payments on its platform.
In 1970 all banks in Ireland closed during a strike lasting six and a half months which was predicted to have similar catastrophes forecast for Greece. The facts are contrary to what was expected and it had very little impact on the Irish people.
The Irish High Court has ordered the extradition to the United States of Gary Davis, who is alleged to have been an administrator of the Silk Road website.
The boss of MasterCard in the UK and Ireland believes cash will be practically extinct in the next five years across Britain and Ireland and will seem as antediluvian as carrying a pouch full of gold.
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, CoinTelegraph investigates just how much Ireland had been impacted by Bitcoin.
A new law introduced in the Netherlands last week could allow surveillance to tap the Bitcoin network, the Irish company comes to the rescue of Greek businesses with an innovative service proposal and more news
Andreas Antonopoulos blocked from being an expert witness at the Silk Road trial, Bitpay proposes new protocol to create zero-confirmation instant payments, Capetown to host first Afircan Bitcoin conference and much more news that happened on February 2.
New global Bitcoin ATM installations appear to have tapered off slightly since the beginning of the New Year. CoinTelegraph’s content partner, Coin ATM Radar, reports that as of January 26, 2015, there are 341 BTMs in operation around the globe, and new ones are going live at a rate of about one every three days.
"Virtual and digital currencies can challenge the sovereignty of states,” says Gareth Murphy, senior Central Bank of Ireland official.
Tickets are still available for this week’s Bitcoin Finance Conference in Dublin, where some of the biggest names in many areas related to cryptocurrencies will meet.
Ireland’s BitVendo seems to have encountered more trouble than it had anticipating while trying to launch the country’s first Bitcoin ATM.
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