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Micro payment company SatoshiPay has decided to give up on Bitcoin and Blockchain in favor of supposedly “superior” technology that is faster and cheaper to transact with.
Blockstream is making further connections with BitTorrent as ex-chief architect Arvid Norberg becomes a software engineer.
Ryan X Charles, Bitcoin-based content sharing platform Yours co-founder and software engineer, officially introduced the world’s first Bitcoin micropayments web wallet that is structurally similar to Core’s Lightning network.
End-to-end Lightning micropayment transaction test shows that payments on a public Blockchain is possible.
ACINQ has successfully tested and implemented leading Blockchain technology company Bitfury’s algorithm solution for instant payments routing on the Lightning Network.
Brave has announced that they are partnering with Coinbase and BitGo to provide Bitcoin wallets and purchasing tools for the Brave Ledger.
CoinTelegraph speaks to experts from Safe Cash Payment Technologies, Inc, Bitfortip.com, SatoshiPay.io, PopChest.com and Fuzo to learn their views on micropayments.
In the undeclared war between online advertisers and Internet users, a new dynamic promises to change everything.
JoyStream is a new BitTorrent client that incentivizes users to make file-sharing both faster and monetarily rewarding.
Recent innovative ideas and projects, such as micropayment channels and the lightning network, are creating trustless channels between people so they can transact with each other without touching the blockchain.
Hourglass is yet another promising project by BitcoinJ developer and former Google engineer Mike Hearn, which has already surpassed the crowdfunding goal for its initial design.
At the start of the New Year, we reported that ChangeTip was adding Facebook and Slack integration. The Facebook integration was already there for some users, but Slack had not yet been rolled out to the public.
French Optelo, a subsidiary focusing on micropayment technologies owned by Adverline, announced on November 4, it had partnered up with Bitcoin exchange and payment solutions provider Paymium to allow merchants to receive payments in bitcoins, reads the official announcement.
BitPay, the Bitcoin payment processor, has created a pay wall called BitMonet that will allow publishers to charge for access to their digital content via a number of models.
One of the Bitcoin advantages is its zero- fee micropayments, using virtual currency. This is one of the great specifics of mobile system, which attracts more and more popularity to this field.
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