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A town in Switzerland has begun to accept Bitcoin payments for certain city services. The northern town of Zug decided to allow Bitcoin payments earlier this month for public services as a part of a trial run.
Bitcoin price is likely to rise in coming days, watch out.
The rapidly increasing value of the digital currency and its decentralized nature have led it to be considered as the global safe asset for investors and traders.
Top-four world accounting firm EY Switzerland announced that it would be integrating Bitcoin into the company as part of a greater digitization process.
After Switzerland, Swiss bank Vontobel is extending its Bitcoin investment opportunity to Germany and Austria.
US government asked Swiss banks to reconsider their decision to shut out Americans from their banking system. This could be an opportunity for Americans to switch over to Bitcoin.
Switzerland takes another large step in the direction of a crypto paradise with the introduction of a motion to redefine client deposits, exempting Bitcoin businesses from the stringent financial regulations banks face.
Swiss bank has launched a product which will bring more investors on board the Bitcoin/USD trading.
From Nov. 11, anyone can top up their Bitcoin wallet 24 hours a day from any of the SSB Ticket machines.
Swiss blockchain foundation, DECENT has recently announced the date of their long-awaited ICO which will be on September 10, 2016.
The WEF was dedicated to the Fourth Industrial Revolution and FinTech. The World’s financial and banking giants again shared their attitude to Bitcoin and Blockchain technology.
World Economic Forum 2016 in Davos on January 20-23, promises to pay great attention to cyber-physical systems and FinTech revolutionary solutions.
Bitcoin regulations in Europe.
And so the war on cash begins with its first casualties: Swiss pension funds and large depositors at banks worldwide are beginning to feel the impact of negative interest rates, which have the potential to unravel the global economy.
Xapo has moved its corporate headquarters from California to Switzerland, former Circle board member, Iftikar Ahmed, is being sued by the US Securities and Exchange Commission and more news
On November 30, Swiss voters will go to the polls to vote on what is being called the “Save Our Swiss Gold” referendum.
Ahead of Switzerland’s gold referendum this weekend, Citibank has a released a report publicly criticizing both the metal and Bitcoin – with some content being so embarrassing it could be satire.
A 17-year-old jihadist teenager faces up to 15 years in prison for posts about encryption and Bitcoin, Bitreserve has announced that it is dropping fees for currency conversions, and more news
Fintech Fusion calls themselves “the Swiss Fintech Factory.” The startup incubator wants to provide new businesses in the financial tech sector with opportunities to accelerate their operations.
The Swiss parliament has made a lot of headway since lawmaker Jean Christophe Schwaab first asked to look into cryptocurrencies back in September.
This article will explore 2 questions: Has bitcoin bottomed yet? And, what does the aftermath of major bubbles bursting look like and its implications for price?
After a week’s break to start the new year, CoinTelegraph and content partner Coin ATM Radar are tracking some new BTMs that have been installed since New Year’s Eve in Australia, Switzerland and North America.
While Canada and California are tackling Bitcoin legislation head on, the Swiss Federal Council has announced its move to the contrary: no law on digital currencies.
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