Major Japanese customer-to-customer ticket exchange marketplace, Ticket Camp, has announced that it is already accepting the digital currency Bitcoin as a form of payment. …
Payments multinational Visa may be looking to blockchain as a way to facilitate the transfer of digitized assets, according to a patent filing.
While Ripple has denied any short-term partnerships with Alibaba – a deal between the two firms could be in both companies’ best interests.
Canada-based fintech vendor D+H Corporation has filed several patent applications relating to the creation and use of private distributed ledgers.
Bitcoin’s much-anticipated Lightning Network is now compatible with seven payment networks, thanks to new code from Ripple and Bitfury.
ProtonMail has revealed it is adding bitcoin as an official, automated payment option – and other cryptocurrencies may soon follow.
Despite HBO paying $250,000 in Bitcoin to hackers who stole “Game of Thrones” scripts, more television shows were stolen from the network.
NBU clarified that there is only one currency that is being used in Ukraine and that is the hryvnia.
The increasing values of Bitcoin will continue to give rise to new real world use cases for increasing liquidity.
An offer of $250,000 to HBO’s Mr. Smith hackers is under consideration despite calls for $6 mln of Bitcoin.
The exploration of niche digital currencies continues as now a digital currency aimed at the Jewish community is in the pipeline.
Department store chain Marui has become the latest mainstream retailer in Japan to accept bitcoin payments, starting with a trial in a Tokyo store.
Swedish bitcoin exchange Safello is back on the radar, announcing credit card payments across the EU and other plans for growth.
The venture arm of the United Nation’s Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is expanding its exploration of blockchain to include ethereum.
The vast majority of bank users and consumers reliant on financial service providers are moving toward Bitcoin and innovative fintech applications.