Indonesian authorities say they have evidence that Islamic State (IS) militants are using online money services such as PayPal and bitcoin to send money to domestic operatives.
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As the number of bitcoin merchants and trading volumes continue to grow at a consistent rate, Bitcoin startups and establishments, including Bitcoin Indonesia, aim to achieve mainstream bitcoin adopti... Read More
Indonesia is warming up to the thought of Bitcoin regulation, following the recent developments in global bitcoin ecosystem. Some of the breakthroughs for the digital currency in recent days includes ... Read More
Over the past year, Bitcoin Indonesia’s user base grew from 80,000 to more than 250,000 active members. In January of 2015, Bitcoin Indonesia operated a platform with less than 50,000 members, thus,... Read More
BitBot, a new mobile application available for Android users, comes barging in as a new solution to make it easier for people to trade Bitcoin with Rupiah. Though the crypto trading market in... Read More
Massive Gains Force Bitcoin Futures Trading to be Halted Twice in Quick Succession
With the CBOE Bitcoin futures going live, no one is surprised the demand is pretty massive. During the first few hours, things have progressed rather nicely. Â At the same time, the massive gains
Bitcoin Will be Legal, Mining to See Regulation: Russia’s Deputy Finance Minister
Russia’s deputy finance minister Alexei Moiseev has reportedly stressed that buying bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies will be legal in the country.
The Russian government will not outlaw nor punis
France Gives Go-Ahead for Blockchain Trading of Unlisted Securities
The French government has given the official nod for trading unlisted securities using blockchain technology, Reuters reports.
According to the article, the government has adopted new rules that wi
Chicago Exchange crashed by Bitcoin
The long awaited launch of Chicago Board Options Exchange Bitcoin futures contracts went off with a bang yesterday as the website was knocked offline by a surge in traffic. The first contracts were