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Netherlands-based cryptocurrency Gulden maintains strong merchant adoption thanks to a focus on user-friendliness.
Steemit goes to Amsterdam for a three-day SteemFest conference. It may usher in other decentralised platforms to introduce true competition as an engine for improvement in the social media market.
The Dutch National Bitcoin Congress was held on June 24 and attended by bankers who appear to be enthusiastic about the blockchain.
Dutch startup BitStraat targets bars and restaurants with its new handheld bitcoin payments terminal.
Bitcoin regulations in Europe.
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.
The latest survey by the Digital Currency Council (DCC) reveals a record 12% of US consumers were either “likely” or “highly likely” to use Bitcoin in 2015.
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
Bitcoin Embassy Amsterdam "forks" into two versions
An anonymous Dutch bank employee has revealed that major banks in the EU are applying new rules forcing banks
Arnhem Bitcoincity has enrolled its fiftieth participant. The newest addition to the impressive list of brick and mortar locations to accept bitcoin in the Dutch city of Arnhem is a local dentist by the name of C.A. Sriram.
The atmosphere is heating up in the Netherlands, as a court appeal has created a divide in the Dutch bitcoin community. At stake: the legal status of bitcoin.
Communities throughout the Netherlands have embraced the idea of physical and digital alternative currencies, a local newspaper reported over the weekend.
Seven Dutch Bitcoin companies have collaborated to establish an association in order to counter fraud and collectively represent their shared interests.
Bitcoinis ruling over the crypto currency marketplace, and increasingly more companies are starting to accept bitcoins as payment mode.
The Netherlands is one of Europe’s leaders within the Bitcoin economy.
Paul Koster, Director of the Netherlands Stockholder’s Association (Vereniging van Effectenbezitters), went on a rant against Bitcoin in a January 15 article calling for the Central Bank to completely ban the cryptocurrency.
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.
A student in the Netherlands, as part of a class project, may have found a way to prevent censorship of text messages by enlisting the aid of the Bitcoin blockchain.
It looks as if it’s already time to update Monday’s assessment of the Netherlands as one of Europe’s Bitcoin centers.
Dutch Bitcoin exhange CleverCoin introduced leveraged trading this week, making it the first European exchange to offer this trading option.
Bitcoincity Arnhem opened on May 28 this year with 15 cafes and restaurants accepting bitcoins. But since then the organizers have been busy recruiting more merchants to join the project and now a total number of 30 merchants accept Bitcoin.
Not only are Bitcoin ATMs going live at an ever-increasing rate, but state backlash is picking up, too: The Portuguese government issued the EU-standard warnings about cryptocurrencies right as country’s first Bitcoin ATM, which we reported on last week, went live.
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