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Spain’s government plans to enforce a cash limit of 1,000 euro.The war on cash is on increase globally, from India to the US where some are pushing for a ban of $50 and $100 bills.
Leading Spanish bank Santander announces its digital cash project on the Ethereum Blockchain.
The Barcelona Bitcoin Community has invited enthusiasts to join a party to mark the Bitcoin block reward halving, with demand for Bitcoin remaining high.
Destinia has officially announced that the company is offering discounts to Bitcoin users on its web and mobile applications.
Spanish national police have arrested 20 people involved in massive Ponzi scheme, Unetenet.
Robot arrested after attempting to buy drugs on the Darknet, Digital currency exchange platform Kraken has started to accept MtGox creditor claims, Xapo partners with leading Latin American Taringa and more news
World-first decentralized exchange Coinffeine has announced its launch in over 70 countries in the largest international expansion program ever undertaken by a Bitcoin startup.
Vinci Hair Clinic in London announced that it had successfully completed a hair transplant on December 18 that was paid for in Bitcoins.
The Spanish Government releases new rulings identifying Bitcoin as an electronic payment system.
The number of bitcoin merchants surpassed the 100,000 mark in 2015 and has grown across Europe and Asia due to the expansion of well-established bitcoin startups.
Spain passed a law enacting fines of up to US$33,000 for peaceful protest and filming of police.
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.
Russia’s proposal to ban Bitcoin is expected to pass in August, Ripple, Bitstamp and Jed McCaleb are involved in a US$1 million legal fight, and more top stories for April 3.
Spanish company Bbank has announced plans to introduce 100 Bitcoin vending machines throughout the country over the next three months.
µTorrent has pulled a controversial LiteCoin mining program from its latest update to the popular torrenting client in face of strong protests. 10,000 Spanish ATMs will now pay out Euros in exchange for Bitcoin following a partnership with BTCPoint. MIT Bitcoin Expo wraps up with glimpse of the future over discussion o...
The Spanish tax authorities have published a statement classifying bitcoin; Some of the UK's top bankers are to discuss bitcoin among a fintech discussion panel and more news
DarkWallet is inching another step closer to its first beta version, as it has released its eighth and – probably - final alpha version this past week. Most notably, this newest edition of the anonymizing Bitcoin wallet software includes the option to withdraw cash from thousands of ATM's throughout Spain.
The General Directorate of Taxes (DGT) has announced that virtual currencies such as bitcoin will be exempt from value-added tax (VAT) in Spain
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