QwikBit Launches Isle of Man’s First Bitcoin ATM – CoinDesk


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QwikBit Launches Isle of Man’s First Bitcoin ATM
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Robert McAleer, the pub’s owner, added that although the pub only began accepting the digital currency two weeks ago, bitcoin business is already booming: “more and more customers have come to the bar, looking to spend their bitcoins on a decent pint,” …

Block.io: A Fool-Proof API and Wallet that Shakes Service Fees

A few developers want to make integrating blockchain transactions a walk in the park for developers of all skill levels. Tuesday, the developers announced the launch of Block.io, a foolproof API.

Cryptocurrency Trading Goes Mobile

A Bay Area startup called Bay Coins, LLC has also recently entered this space with a mobile app for Android and iOS.

Bitcoin phishing campaign targets media, tech, education industries – ZDNet

Bitcoin phishing campaign targets media, tech, education industriesZDNetBitcoin is the most well-known variation of cryptocurrency, but has been hit hard by a number of recent cyberattacks which have taken down trading posts including the once-dominant…

Bullion Dealer Amagi Metals to Stop Accepting Fiat Currency

Precious metals dealer Amagi Metals takes a giant leap for bitcoin acceptance: it won’t accept US dollars after 2016.

China bitcoin firms warn New York on regulation – CNBC


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China bitcoin firms warn New York on regulation
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Bitcoin is a “virtual” currency that allows users to exchange online credits for goods and services. While there is no central bank that issues them, bitcoins can be created online by using a computer to complete difficult tasks, a process known as mining.
BitBeat: Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Weigh In on BitLicense in Lawsky LetterWall Street Journal (blog)
China’s ‘Big Three’ Bitcoin Exchanges: BitLicense Would Harm Overseas MarketsCoinDesk
China’s “Big Three” Bitcoin Exchanges Jointly Comment on NYDFS BitLicense newsBTC

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China’s “Big Three” Bitcoin Exchanges Jointly Comment on NYDFS BitLicense Proposal

In a true show that bitcoin is global, China’s “Big Three” bitcoin exchanges have come together in order to release joint comments on the recently-released BitLicense proposal from the New

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Bitcoin ATMs Spread Despite Regulatory Murk – PaymentsSource


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Bitcoin ATMs Spread Despite Regulatory Murk
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Lamassu Bitcoin Ventures is sending its Bitcoin ATMs to areas that may not be completely welcoming to digital currency, with its newest machine touching down today in the West Village of New York City, the birthplace of the “BitLicense” regulatory concept.
Payment Week’s Regulatory Review Part 3: Bitcoin ATMsPayment Week

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China’s ‘Big Three’ Bitcoin Exchanges: BitLicense Would Harm Overseas Markets

The CEOs of China’s three biggest bitcoin exchanges have sent a joint letter commenting on the BitLicense proposal.

Proposed Bitcoin Rules Threaten Emerging Digital Currencies – The Fiscal Times

The Fiscal TimesProposed Bitcoin Rules Threaten Emerging Digital CurrenciesThe Fiscal TimesWhile billions of dollars have been stored in virtual currencies such as Bitcoin few rules exist to govern their use, leaving consumers at risk and opening chann…

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