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London art aficionados are now able to pay in Bitcoin and altcoins after one gallery makes an ‘intuitive’ decision.
The London Stock Exchange Group has announced it is using Hyperledger for a digital shares issuing platform based in Italy.
Our London Correspondent Nick Ayton aka the Sage of Shoreditch interviews a professional scammer, comments on the latest Ethereum meetup, new Criminal Coin ICO, and Satoshi spotted in Wimbledon.
Revolut plans to add cryptocurrency features for its users “as early as next week” after a $66 mln Series B round.
As a sign of the rising popularity of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, the UK-based Dadiani Fine Art Gallery has begun accepting Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and other cryptos as entrance payment
Ethereum Classic has come to UK-based trading platform eToro, which is aggressively marketing crypto to London’s city traders.
The Blockchain startup Provenance is currently piloting a clothing tracking scheme with a London designer at the Copenhagen Fashion Summit.
Nick Ayton reports on another exciting week in London, with Gibraltar rapidly becoming the most progressive center in EU, SpaceCoin going to Planet-1F, the real Satoshi appearing again.
There are many ways you can use Bitcoin today in many countries, getting everything from dentistry services to buying a camera to show off your new smile.
Our London Correspondent Nick Ayton reports on another exciting week in London where hackers are up to off planetary stuff, the first coin synced to Moon cycles released and Satoshi spotted close to UK Government.
Fast growing unicorn will stay put in its London HQ post Brexit, but will set up office on continent if UK loses passporting rights.
Our London Correspondent on new ICOs, Mormons seeing the light in Blockchain, Satoshi, Blockchain entrepreneur abducted by aliens and CityChain 2017.
Humaniq has announced the launch of its Initial Coin Offering (ICO) pre-order fund for bank transfers on their website in order to meet expected high demand.
Alphavend has installed a third Bitcoin ATM, representing its second in London with a maximum purchase limit of £1000.
Our own correspondent Nick Ayton on the Turing Award, Bitcoin hard fork, new ICOs and tokenization during a rather somber week in London.
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