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The family of billionaire Pearl Oriental Oil chairman Wong Yuk-Kwan paid Taiwanese kidnappers US$1.68 million in bitcoin after they threatened to “dig out the eyeballs or chop off the legs” of Yuk-Kwan.
Just days after a Hong Kong tycoon was kidnapped and held for millions of dollars in Bitcoin in ransom by criminals, the Financial Supervisory Commission Chairman of Taiwan has made a ruling. Bitcoin is now illegal within Taiwan.
Robocoin, makers of the world’s first Bitcoin ATM, have announced big plans for the first quarter of this year.
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.
Nick Szabo believes that the block size debate needs more computer science and less noise; BitShares 2.0 integrates SmartChain technology and more news
Wayi, a multifaceted Taiwanese digital entertainment company, has announced that it will soon begin accepting Bitcoin orders and will thereafter launch a Bitcoin exchange.
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