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From Russia to Ukraine to Slovenia, Eastern European countries now hold a major pillar in the crypto space that stands between countries in the West and Asia.
The Luxembourg-based exchange Bitstamp has expanded its credit card purchasing facility to include a raft of countries outside the European Union.
Despite Bitcoin’s continuing strength, altcoin developers are still putting their case for alternatives this year - some are more compelling than others.
Jure Pirc and Bitcoin Association in Slovenia to raise people’s awareness of Bitcoin and Blockchain technologies.
As Bitcoin awareness grows across the globe, the CoinTelegraph Media Group launches its regional publications in a number of key countries. This week marks the launch of our South African and Slovenian publications with the UK and Italy to follow soon.
Bitcoin ATMs are spreading around the world at an incredible speed.
Telekom Slovenije, the Slovenian national telecommunications provider, has told CoinTelegraph its intention to consider Bitcoin as a payment option.
Bitcoin regulations in Europe.
The phenomenon of the Bitcoin conference is set to make its debut in yet another part of the world in September, this time for the benefit of Central and Eastern Europe, being hosted in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
In response to numerous queries from the public, the Slovenian tax administration issued a statement this week clarifying its position on Bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies.
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