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Bitcoin P2P marketplaces are showing mixed results as new records mix with disappointing slumps.
The government of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and its Central Bank plan to provide a clear regulatory framework on the usability of Bitcoin and operations of digital currency exchanges in the near future.
National altcoins are becoming an increasingly robust phenomenon in countries throughout the world. Like Bitcoin but thinking local, their aim is to strengthen community economies. Want to find out more about national altcoins? Cointelegraph is here to tell you everything you need to know.
Bankgko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) is officially regulating local Philippine Bitcoin exchanges as remittance companies and recognizing Bitcoin as a legitimate payment method.
Searches for “Earn Bitcoin” reach all-time high and on a positive trend, according to Google Trends. The majority of the searches seem to be coming from the Philippines, India and the United States.
At Bootstrap Manila, bitcoin startups & investors revealed that 20 percent of remittances from the Philippines to South Korea are processed using Bitcoin.
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.
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.
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.
The first instant remittance service to the Philippines has launched, using Bitcoin to facilitate near-real time funds transfer to the country.
CoinTelegraph is proud to announce the launch of its highly anticipated local news publication for the Philippines, CoinTelegraph.ph.
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.
Philippines-based bitcoin exchange Coinage has graduated from the Boost VC accelerator program in Silicon Valley
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