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Businesses around the world are discovering that it pays to develop and employ a Bitcoin strategy.
Mycelium made an unexpected announcement on May 8 — an introduction to a new project called Mycelium Gear, which is a direct, zero-fee payment processor for merchants.
Digital payments processor Stripe has announced “collaboration” with Visa following a US$5 billion dollar valuation.
Coinkite announces a new kind of "Bitcoin Payment Button" that lets anyone accept bitcoin as payment for products or services.
Bitcoin payments processor Bitnet has launched a new tool that allows merchants to mitigate the risk of accepting bitcoin payments without confirmations.
The personal ad site Backpage has just had its payment processing terminated by both Visa and Mastercard, following termination by American Express last year.
It takes more than a Bitcoin address to accept Bitcoin payments as a merchant.
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T-Mobile Poland has entered into a partnership with local payment processor InPay S.A, allowing customers to top-up their cellphone credit using bitcoins.
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ), has announced it will implement China's UnionPay contactless payment feature QuickPass to ANZ EFTPOS
Anycoin Direct, a cryptocurrency trading platform that integrates with many of the continent’s payment systems to allow customers from all over Europe to buy and sell a variety of cryptocoins.
BlockCypher released their much-anticipated Payment API, which enables a quick and reliable way for users to accept payments
BitPay and Coinbase have publicly defended an increase in the block size limit as proposed by Bitcoin core developer Gavin Andresen.
The Israeli Diamond Institute notes that a couple of companies are working to facilitate Bitcoin payments in the American jewelry industry.
Bitcoin payment processor BitPay has announced at the Money Conf Belfast 2016 that the startup will shift its focus from merchant payment platforms and services to working with large financial institutions and banks.
The European Parliament has passed a deal to cap the fees at 0.2% that banks charge retailers to process payments in a move that could undermine one of bitcoin’s main competitive advantages in the EU.
Stripe, the online payments processor that graduated from Y Combinator in 2010, announced last week that it was testing Bitcoin support and would be opening up to beta testing in the near future.
New Weekend Roundup from CoinTelegraph
Danny Bradbury touches on the idea that Bitcoin could revolutionize payment processing in industries banks generally shy away from: adult services, gambling, certain travel sites, and anyone else who struggles to get a line of credit for their business.
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