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The Norwegian Lottery Authority requests OneCoin to provide information about its business in Norway and about the individuals who operate OneLife, OneCoin in the country.
Kristoffer Hansen’s decision to go “all-in” on Bitcoin is indicative of the changing investor attitudes to the virtual currency witnessed this year.
A move by Payza to offer new Bitcoin services will take the digital currency a step closer in its disruption of the global remittance sector.
Liberstad, the private city in southern Norway, is due to begin development of its Bitcoin-paid property June 1.
Prosecutors in Norway have demanded from drug dealers linked to the now defunct Silkroad site to pay a penalty in Bitcoins.
Norwegians can now purchase bitcoin simply with credit or debit cards through Bitcoins Norway without any excessive user verification and authentication.
Attracting tourists to new or neglected destinations can become easier using Blockchain technology, proving Blockchain is more than just finance.
Norway plans to withdraw $15 bln from its wealth fund to fill a budget hole.
Norway’s largest bank DNB proposes to stop using cash as a means of payment in the country.
Bitcoinsnorway.com is a brand new exchange based in Norway promising fast transactions and low fees.
Bitcoin regulations in Europe.
Sweden’s Pizza24, a service that allows customers to order pizza locally through a single online platform, has announced it has begun accepting Bitcoin payment.
In the meantime, Christian Holte, the above-quoted director general of taxation, said the Norwegian government would coordinate certain legal implications of Bitcoin with other governments.
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