The issue of counterfeit merchandise has reached the world of cryptocurrency. Last week, the manufacturer of Trezor One hardware wallet posted a warning for its clients. The blog post states that there are one-to-one replicas of their product on the market, which pose a threat to consumers.
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have become the target of special attention from an increasing number of institutions and companies. One of the latest to focus on the state of the crypto world is KPMG. A member of the Big Four group of audit companies, KPMG released a report stating that “cryptoassets are worth paying attention to”, but that it is time to institutionalise them.
This week on Women in Crypto, we had the pleasure of speaking with the inspiring leader, writer and crypto pioneer, Jen Hill.
We discover how she came to be a reporter for the 21 Cryptos Magazine and how Jen is making crypto a space for everyone.
Ohio businesses will be able to pay taxes in bitcoin using OhioCrypto.com starting this week, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Ohio State Treasurer Josh Mandel has partnered with Atlanta-based Bitpay to let business owners pay everything from Sales Tax to Premium Insurance Tax with a few swipes on their smartphones.
The New Year will ring in good fortune for Bitcoin, as French tobacconist shops start selling the cryptocurrency from January 1st onwards.
Europeans will initially be able to purchase Bitcoin in 50,100 and 250 euro denominations from approximately 4,000 tabacs across France.
Now that institutional investors are buying up Bitcoin, what will it mean for the cryptocurrency market?
Credit card payments are no longer the hottest trend on the market. What many merchants are currently exploring are cryptocurrency payments.
Crypto investment fund Bakkt, created by operators of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), announced today it will launch on January 24, 2019 – more than a month later than previously scheduled.
The news comes as bitcoin prices continue to fall, leaving some wondering if Bakkt is having second thoughts.
The United Kingdom is familiar with Bitcoin. Not only that but one in five Brits also believes that the cryptocurrency will become as common as cash or cards in the future. These are the most important findings of a recent survey conducted by YouGov. The professional polling organisation wanted to know how the British feel towards alternative means of payment. And the results indicate that the Brits are quite well informed.
Museums are special places for education, entertainment and information. They shape generations by opening minds, forming artistic tastes and encouraging curiosity and the pursuit of scientific discovery. It is no surprise, then, that museums are also promoters of new technologies and inventions. The Great Lakes Science Center in Cleveland has taken such a step forward. The museum and educational facility started accepting the payment of admission fees in Bitcoin on November 13.