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The great free Wi-Fi revolution has begun. It began in the streets of New York, where 10,000 phone booths have been converted to Wi-Fi pylons – a project by a Google startup, Sidewalk Labs. Now, with Sundar Pichai as the CEO of Google, the search engine giant is now bringing free internet to India. India has been a calm incubator […]

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Akamai Technologies have previously released a research on the active operations of DD4BC, an extortion group which initiates DDoS attacks to get payments in bitcoin. Some regional banks in Hong Kong are currently being eyed by this group, and according to the chief strategist for cybersecurity, John Ellis, “We are also seeing it happening in South Korea and Japan.” What […]

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Hello Markets is a financial solutions company with offices in Cyprus, Hong Kong, and London that provides white-label platforms to the online trading markets. And now, it has officially said its “hello” to bitcoin with a new agreement with Coinify, a Danish Bitcoin solution provider. In addition, the company hopes that through cryptocurrency, the company can position itself strategically in […]

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The Bitcoin industry is a bustling economy of its own, and there are many movements abound. We had the chance to speak with Dante Castiglione of to share a brief statement on some current highlights in the BTC industry. On Launching a Bitcoin Business First, I understand that good technologies need no alibi, they just take their place; and […]

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There has been many triumphant companies in the BBVA. Spain’s second major bank has held the contest in Mexico City early September and with lots of fintech-focused companies from all over Latin America to take part in the competition. BitNexo, Chile’s premier fintech startup, has been named the winner of BBVA’s Open Talent 2015 content for Latin America. Everledger, a […]

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Bitcoin transactions between the Philippines and Canada are on the rising trend due to an accumulative request for substitute remittance services. Overseas workers who are economically supporting their relatives are supporting the growth of the highly-evolving sector. The umbrella Bitcoin company Satoshi Citadel Industries’ has partnered with California-based worldwide business network and monetary transfer platform, ZipZap, to enable Filipino […]

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Bitcoin Press Release: On September 9th Payment processor ECommPay opened its first Asian office in Singapore to serve clients in the market and those interested in entering it. As a global commercial centre, Singapore is ideally situated at the heart of Asian e-Commerce, attracting companies and specialists from around the world. The Singapore branch office is yet another step in […]

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Just as we try to raise the trust for cryptocurrency adoption, there are those who still use Bitcoin “for the dark side.” A new cybersecurity research released by Akamai Technologies, Inc.’s Prolexic Security Engineering & Research Team depicts an increase in distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks from the famous Bitcoin extortionist group, DD4BC. DDoS attacks are definitely a serious […]

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Bitcoin Press Release: Today, we would want to present to you the service of electronic currencies’ exchange, input and output – Using this service, you can exchange, input and output electronic money of such payment systems as: Webmoney, Bitcoin, BTC-E, PerfectMoney, QIWI, etc. exchange office works around the clock. The advantage of this service is the experience of […]

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Bitcoin Press Release:, the 100% private cloud storage and file sharing platform with over 100,000 users, announced today they now accept Bitcoin as a payment method, via BitPay. Toronto, Ontario – September 2, 2015 “Sync offers a completely private alternative to consumer grade cloud storage services such as Dropbox, through the use of zero-knowledge encryption. Simply put, we can’t […]

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