Through meticulous documentation and direct action eased by the nature of Bitcoin, Bitcoin charities like Sean’s Outpost, Bitcoin Not Bombs, and Fr33 Aid are laying a solid foundation for future cha... Read More
Universal bitcoin company Satoshi Citadel Industries’ Rebit.ph has partnered with California-based global transaction network and money transfer platform ZipZap to enable Filipino expat workers in C... Read More
Since late 2013, Bitcoin startups aiming to introduce bitcoin as a remittance solution began to emerge. One of the first Bitcoin startups to do so is Coins.ph, founded by Ron Hose.
Rebit.ph / Satos... Read More
While this is nowhere near reality in the Philippines and most other developing countries, it is not that far-fetched of an idea, as some Third World regions are already progressing in that direction.... Read More
"We've actually worked closely with them so we can facilitate payments to their mobile wallets and send money to any phone in the company. They have infrastructure locally, we help facilitate more usa... Read More
UBS CEO: Blockchain Is 'Almost A Must' for Business
The CEO of Swiss financial services giant UBS Group AG endorsed blockchain technology in an interview, suggesting that it is "almost a must" for business.
Sergio Ermotti told CNBC Monday that the t
A 'Crypto Shopping Mall' Is Being Tested in Slovenia
A major shopping center based in Slovenia is widening a cryptocurrency payments pilot.
BTC City Ljubljana, located in Slovenia's capital of Ljubljana, will allow a group of 150 people to use crypto
Under $100: Litecoin Price Hits Fresh 2018 Low
The price of litecoin (LTC), the world's sixth largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, fell to a fresh 2018 low on Wednesday.
Data from Bitfinex shows the cryptocurrency slipped to $97.0
Beyond Bitcoin: Thomson Reuters Data Now Tracking Top 100 Cryptos
Mass media and data giant Thomson Reuters is expanding its cryptocurrency sentiment data toolkit to cover 100 different coins, the company announced Wednesday.
Initially launched back in March, the