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Italy is beginning to implode, with a banking bail-in starting in earnest. Another Bitcoin bull-run is in the offing?
Bitcoin price is likely to rise in coming days, watch out.
Italian voters have dealt a blow to the globalist EU governance model demanding change. It should help Bitcoin close the 2016 year on a high note.
Bitcoin awareness grows in Sardinia, Italy, the island otherwise called ‘The Lonely Planet.’
Agenzia delle Entrate, the most important Italian tax authority, wants to treat Bitcoin as a currency and tax it.
Some of the most relevant Italian fintech figures told Cointelegraph about their new Bitcoin-related projects.
Italian taxis have started to accept Bitcoin through a new platform called Chainside.
From Italy to the UK and back to the EU, the financial situation is worsening, the euro won’t survive the next crisis no matter what political will is to save it.
An anonymous group of Italian Bitcoiners have turned the recent earthquake tragedy into an opportunity to teach about Bitcoin while helping the victims.
Bitcoin regulations in Europe.
BTMs allow Bitcoin to reach new markets and new users who are skeptical of online-only transactions.
It's getting easier and easier to pay your day-to-day expenses in cryptocurrency. Now you can add to the list gas, electric, cable, and cell phone bills.
As the final legal chapters close on Ross Ulbricht’s Silk Road website held within the “Dark Web”, the proliferation of many, many more dark markets is making in-ternational news.
In its short history, CoinTelegraph’s Franchise program has already brought together professionals from all walks of life – and from every corner of the globe, from Slovenia to South Africa.
Italian business publication Il Sole reported last week on an automatic withholding measure on all transfers from abroad that the government says will be retroactive to February 1.
NordOvest Energie, a Turin-based utility company that supplies electricity and gas to Italian households and companies, has partnered with local startup Tinkl.it to enable consumers to pay their bills with bitcoins.
Who is making it easier to buy, sell and exchange Bitcoin? CoinTelegraph is curious to find out, which is why we have partnered with Coin ATM Radar. The website regularly updates a helpful and navigable Bitcoin ATM map, to get the most comprehensive data about new BTMs as they go online.
Yet another Bitcoin ATM has arrived in Italy, but what makes this model different is that it’s proudly built in Italy itself.
As Bitcoin awareness grows across the globe, the CoinTelegraph Media Group launches its regional publications in a number of key countries. This week marks the launch of our South African and Slovenian publications with the UK and Italy to follow soon.
More and more Bitcoin ATMs are popping up in various locations all over the world.
Italy is set to debate a powerful new amendment to its anti-terror laws, which would allow authorities to obtain any digital data from any computer system. Cryptoine digital exchange closes after a hack drains the company's hot wallets with 60% of their funds. Vaultoro and Factom team up to offer transparency and secur...
Italy's Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU), an organ of the Central Bank in charge of combating money laundering and terrorist financing, issued a statement warning digital currency businesses to stay vigilant regarding suspicious activities due to the lack of AML/KYC requirements for Italian companies.
Coin ATM Radar, CoinTelegraph’s partner in covering the ever-growing worldwide BTM network, just released an iOS app that will let you find your nearest Bitcoin ATM while you are moving about Toronto, Kuala Lumpur, or wherever you find yourself.
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