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Despite being the first company to offer Bitcoin trading in Poland, Bitbay has not stopped there and has announced the inclusion of Ethereum as a tradable asset.
Poland’s national airline LOT announced August 4 that airline tickets can now be purchased with bitcoin.
CoinTelegraph is proud to announce the launch of our new regional website in Poland to boost cryptocurrency awareness in the country and foster the local cryptocurrency community.
Case Wallet raised US$1.5 million, Polish payment processors and at least one bank have closed the accounts of several local bitcoin exchanges and more news
A cryptocurrency fund managed has raised over US$1 million; GoCoin and Ziftr announce merger agreement; rewards programs exempted from New York's BitLicense and more news
Chip Chap, the app that allows users to convert their money, wants to spread bitcoin throughout Europe. The app is known for tying bitcoin to a network of thousands of ATMs in Spain.
The United States SOCOM has outlined how it views Bitcoin, admitting to monitoring and tracking transactions. A proposal for a decentralized local dark market has been published aiming to use the blockchain itself to share offers and requests for purchases. T-Mobile Poland installs its own BTM and much more news for March 30.
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.
Poland welcomes its first two-way Bitcoin ATM in Warsaw, Magic's new Bitcoin concierge service, Tails implements Electrum Bitcoin client, industry insiders hire major ad agency to rebuild Bitcoin image, altcoin community challenges Coinbase CEO to public debate, and more news that happened on February 25.
Bitcoinomat.pl, a project aiming to create the largest Bitcoin ATM network in Poland and abroad, announces it had successfully set up the first two-way Bitcoin ATM in Poland located in the city center of Warsaw.
As part of CoinTelegraph’s partnership with Coin ATM Radar and its extensive coverage of the world’s network of Bitcoin ATMs, we’re taking a look again this week at some BTMs that went live recently.
Despite the continuing mystery on the regulation issues that face the Bitcoin community, many businesses continue to add Bitcoin as a payment option for their customers.
The universe of Bitcoin ATMs (or BTMs, if you prefer) is growing at an increasing rate, and there are some interesting developments to report.
Having launched just back on March 29 of this year, Bitbay is not a well-known Bitcoin and Litecoin exchange but it is already considered the most developing and promising exchange in its region, gradually attracting more and more traders from all over the world.
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