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International classified ad sites Backpage.com has switched to providing exclusively cryptocurrency payments for its adult entertainment section.
The personal ad site Backpage has just had its payment processing terminated by both Visa and Mastercard, following termination by American Express last year.
Visa Inc. has recently launched a digital laboratory where the firm is currently developing a blueprint for the future of payments with the ultimate goal of making transactions frictionless.
E-coin is looking to position itself as the most useful and comfortable tool for spending bitcoin anywhere in the world with the rollout of their cypto debit cards.
The Ripple Gateway SnapSwap.EU will be changing the playing ground for all of Bitcoin debit cards however with the launch of the new SmartyCard.
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Visa has a dedicated team in London looking at specific use cases involving blockchain technology but argues that bitcoin won't reach mainstream acceptance "unless there is trust in the system"
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Visa Europe's Collab has begun searching for bitcoin startups within the digital payments scene with the hopes of creating “an Apple App Store” of Bitcoin startups.
Classified ads site Backpage.com has filed a lawsuit against the County Sheriff who led a successful campaign to have Visa and MasterCard cut its payment processing.
Digital payments processor Stripe has announced “collaboration” with Visa following a US$5 billion dollar valuation.
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The basic rule of economy states that demand creates the supply. As long as governments and authorities argue on the fluid nature of Bitcoin, compare it to money surrogates, search for links with terrorism or simply evaluate far-fetched risks, big market players easily determine advantages of the virtual coin and try t...
Ecuador is a small country with a great potential for cryptocurrency and in heavy need of it. These topics were among the more important ones at the first ever meet-up for people invested in Bitcoin.
Visa attempts to correct the view that bricks-and-mortar is no longer relevant to the digital payments consumer.
Walmart Canada decides to stop accepting Visa cards starting 18 July. It considers the fees charged by Visa are too high. Can Bitcoin provide a viable alternative to high charging payment processors like Visa?
Visa thinks of Blockchain as the way of the future, says it is no longer a choice.
Bitcoin and banks can work together, according to PrivatBank’s Alexander Vityaz, who sees card companies and cryptocurrency focusing on the technology aspect of transactions, while banks focus on brokerage.
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