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CoinTelegraph has used, tested, and evaluated the top 3 Bitcoin platforms in the Philippines - Coins.ph, BuyBitcoin.ph and Rebit.ph. Here is a detailed review of each of them.
At Bootstrap Manila, bitcoin startups & investors revealed that 20 percent of remittances from the Philippines to South Korea are processed using Bitcoin.
Personal data of 55 million Filipinos, including their fingerprints, was recently hacked and posted online, but the international media don't seem concerned.
Bitcoin utility payments are not very popular at the moment. Most such services are designed for users that are already familiar with Bitcoin.
Philippines-based universal Bitcoin company Satoshi Citadel Industries’ startup Rebit.ph has partnered with Shapeshift.io, enabling its users to send remittances using altcoins supported on the Shapeshift platform.
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 Philippines welcomes its first Bitcoin ATM.
Filipino Bitcoin startup Satoshi Citadel Industries (SCI), has raised an additional US$100,000 as part of its ongoing seed funding round.
Philippines-based bitcoin exchange Coinage has graduated from the Boost VC accelerator program in Silicon Valley
The Philippines’ first Bitcoin exchange, Buybitcoin.ph, has been sold to resident universal Bitcoin service Satoshi Citadel Industries (SCI) with a view to expanding remittances in the country.
The first instant remittance service to the Philippines has launched, using Bitcoin to facilitate near-real time funds transfer to the country.
Pakistani Bitcoin exchange Urbudit launched on October 11, with the ultimate goal of bringing the digital currency to the locals. At around the same time, the Philippines got its first enterprise-grade order book Bitcoin exchange through Coinage.
Coins.ph has a new service that allows recipients to instantly withdraw money from a bank ATM.
Bitcoin has proven to be one of the most promising medium of exchange in the Philippines, thus far.
Few markets have seen activity like the Philippines Bitcoin space in recent years. The country is now home to a whole ecosystem of crypto-focused startups, offering unparalleled flexibility for its users.
RE/MAX London begins accepting BTC for rent payments, NY BitLicense enters its second 30 day comment period, Bitcoin Foundation attempts to improve Bitcoin’s image and other top stories for February 26.
CoinTelegraph is proud to announce the launch of its highly anticipated local news publication for the Philippines, CoinTelegraph.ph.
As Singapore is emerging as a regional Bitcoin hub and attracting more and more venture capital investments from the West, its neighbors, Indonesia and the Philippines, are following the city-state's pace and initiating ambitious projects striving to bring Bitcoin to the locals.
A group of four coin enthusiasts form different parts of the world has developed and launched a new exchange in Philippines.
Filipino lawmaker and representative of the 5th District of Pangasinan Kimi S. Cojuangco, pushes the proposed "E-Peso Act 2014" to be immediately enacted, as the Philippines is lacking an "official medium of exchange or money for the internet," reported The Philippine Star.
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