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Mega, a free cloud storage and file hosting service founded by German-Finnish Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom has been taken over by a Chinese Fraudster, Hollywood and the New Zealand government
Bitcoin enthusiasts in New Zealand are in the process of putting together the country’s first official cryptocurrency conference, to be held in the southern resort town of Queenstown at the end of November.
Controversial entrepreneur Kim Dotcom has announced his mysterious MegaNet venture will become a reality early next year, vouching to raise US$100 million in funding.
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Igot.com announced on its Facebook page on September 11 that it had introduced a new bill-payment feature for users in New Zealand and Australia that would allow those customers to pay things such as rent, utility bills and council rates in bitcoin.
Geoff Bascand described Bitcoin as a real competitor to cash and said it might one day overtake cash as a preferred currency.
Cointelegraph stongly advises NOT to fulfill any email demands coming from scammers calling themselves the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA), a division of ISIS.
Fran Strajnar is a serial-entrepreneur, he is also the founder of bravenewcoin.com, additionally, Fran is the organizer of Bitcoin South, the first ever Cryptocurrency conference in New Zealand slated for November 29-30.
Auckland, the largest city of New Zealand, received its first network of Bitcoin vending machines on Monday. It really is a network, as two units manufactured by Lamassu were installed and launched on 1 April.
New Zealand deputy governor Grant Spencer says New Zealand's central bank, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, is not threatened by Bitcoin, but is eventually planning to tighten regulation.
Kim Dotcom, the superstar entrepreneur and labeled by Wired as the “Internet's most wanted man” (before Snowden), has been allowed to regain a decent portion of his war chest, from funds seized by the New Zealand government.
Ideas populated by Kim Dotcom (Kim Schmitz) very often resemble pranks; on April 1st the doubts double. On the Internet Party the multifaceted talent voiced the necessity to create a local state-backed up cryptographic currency that will co-exist with the present fiat NZ dollars.
Bitcoin Central, a New Zealand ATM operator, abruptly announced the closure of its facility and sale of its equipment this week.
Although Northern hemisphere has already had cases of wine businesses allowing to pay for their product with cryptocurrency, only recently has Southern region joined the cause.
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