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Starting on November 17, shops of the Passage du Grand Cerf in Paris will be welcoming Bitcoin payments.
1% of shoppers in the world’s two largest economies use Bitcoin or other online currency for online payment.
Bitcoin used to be of interest only to people working in the tech sector. Not anymore. Now, your average spoiled American university girl can have a great weekend using only Bitcoin.
Half of Americans are afraid of identity theft and expressing unpopular opinions, according to a study by the Department of Commerce. Bitcoin users don’t need to have the same fears.
Now buyers also have the possibility to spend their bitcoins at the german branch Amazon.de through Coinimal without any fees.
Interesting news appeared on the web during the past weeks – Black Friday will become a regular event for the bitcoin community all over the world.
You let Christmas creep up on you again this year, didn’t you? It’s December 20, and you’ve bought nothing but some Xbox credits for yourself.
While some businesses can't seem to understand Bitcoin, more and more merchants are starting to accept it.
The entrance of bitcoin to the real physical world has been widened on the 21st of November, when the crypto currency online service Gyft offered to customers target Gift cards to be bought on their platform.
For ones who still do not know – BIPS is the company from Denmark. It provides many different solutions considering the use of Bitcoins.
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