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Uber recently announced customer location data collection for the duration of rides, and New York City has already demanded access to that data.
Bitcoin-related tweet data show California, Oregon and Nevada comfortably beating the East Coast and other Bitcoin melting pots such as Austin, Texas.
A Bitcoin Entrepreneur and Software Developer, Theo Chino has accused the New York Department of Financial Services of using Bitcoiners in New York State as Guinea Pigs.
Bitcoin ATMs are highly concentrated in minority areas in New York City.Some suggest they are targeting minorities involved in the drugs trade.
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CoinSource opens the first Bitcoin ATM in New York’s Lower East Side available 7 days a week.
US-based bitcoin exchange Laissez Faire (LZF) has legally launched its currency trading platform across 49 states by complying with the financial regulations of each state, to provide its users with an incentivized trading environment.
In an ongoing trend of Bitcoin companies withdrawing their services from New York in response to the BitLicense, two more businesses have exited the Empire State.
Peer-to-peer bitcoin exchange LocalBitCoins has joined the exodus of companies exiting the state of New York refusing to comply with the BitLicense.
The deadline for mass exodus of Bitcoin companies from New York due to the authorities’ infamous BitLicense regulations has culminated over the weekend with the exit of several prominent companies such as Kraken and Paxful
Another bitcoin startup left New York State and declined to comply with the BitLicense. BitFinex, the largest cryptocurrency trading platform in the U.S announcing the closure of their operations
CoinTelegraph spoke with the CEO of Coinsetter and CAVirtex, Jaron Lukasiewicz, about their new margin trading program, their plans following the purchase of Canada’s largest crypto exchange
The New York State Department of Financial Services has released the application forms that Bitcoin companies in the state must complete by August 8 in order to register their businesses.
BitLicense requirements were said to be “in effect,” two Bitcoin mining pools have been forced to deny their services to New York IP addresses, and one exchange has done the same.
When Erik Voorhees decided against serving consumers using New York state IP addresses, he also founded a new website: PleaseProtectConsumers (PPC).
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