Wirex debuted its first Bitcoin debit card in July 2016, to allow the growing Bitcoin userbase to transact in any Visa or Mastercard-supported stores, retail outlets, and e-commerce platforms using... Read More
Similar to CryptoPay, Wirex, in addition to providing full-service cards with identification, allows customers to continue unverified for a while. Asked if Bitcoin debit cards could ever be... Read More
Their web services are also TOR compatible. BitPlastic actually encourages you to use a fake name and TOR email to get started. Since it does not require your ID, your name is not printed on the card.... Read More
Wirex supports international and domestic bank transfers directly to users’ accounts. With partner banks in over 68 countries, customers can make quick domestic transfers to their Wirex debit card... Read More
Wirex Limited announced the release of Wirex in a press release on February 25th 2016 in London. WireX will become available in March 2016. “The success of E-Coin, which grew into more than 100,000... Read More
Global AML Watchdog to Release Crypto Regulations By Next June
A global money-laundering watchdog has said it will begin publishing rules for international cryptocurrency regulation by next summer.
According to a Reuters report Friday, the Financial Action Tas
Sia Network Releases Hard Fork Code to Block Crypto Mining Giants
The sia blockchain network has released the formal code for an imminent hard fork that will block miners using hardware produced by Bitmain and other major manufacturers.
David Vorick, founder and
North Korean Hacking Group Lazerus Stole $571 Million in Cryptos: Report
North Korea's infamous hacking group, dubbed Lazarus, has managed to steal over half a billion dollars in cryptocurrencies, a report indicates.
According to an article published Friday by The Next
Bitcoin's Price Breaks Through Key Support As Stocks Go South
Bitcoin (BTC) has dropped out of the tight trading range seen recently, paralleling losses in the U.S. stock markets.
The leading cryptocurrency, which was trapped in a triangle pattern (narrowing