Materials by tag Payments

Aug 15, 2019 at 13:05
Bitcoin Payments and Blockchain Tech Enters Banking Sector of Latin America
In an effort to enable effective transnational payments using the Bitcoin Blockchain, around 60 Latin American banking institutions where almost 20 million users are active customers of money management services, are now busy developing modern financial systems based on distributed ledger tech, and this will give the people of South American countries an option to make Bitcoin payments.
Aug 14, 2019 at 10:08
Coin Wallet: Where To Park Your DASH
Launched in January 2014, the cryptocurrency Dash was created to overcome certain confidentiality issues associated with Bitcoin. Together with Monero and Zcash, Dash is one of the top three privacy coins. As of July 31, the market cap of Dash exceeds $943M, according to Coincodex. The currency is accepted by a number of recognized merchants and even offers a contactless debit card to process ordinary payments at retailers in Dash.
Aug 01, 2019 at 12:07
Cryptocurrency Business is Thriving in Smaller Countries
Several developed countries, like the United States, China, Russia and others, see Bitcoin and other digital currencies as speculative tools. They think investors will only become rich or benefit if they invest and wait for probably like five, ten, fifteen or even twenty years along the line. Nevertheless, some countries look at cryptocurrencies as a new, fast, secure and easy means of payment, especially when carrying out cross-border payments. In this technological era, smaller countries globally have continued to embrace the use of blockchain and cryptocurrency.
Jul 28, 2019 at 10:25
Russian Arms Producers Uses Bitcoin to Circumvent Sanctions
The Russian arms producer, Soyuzmash, seeks to bypass US sanctions using cryptocurrency. The Union of Machine Builders recently requested permission from the Central Bank of Russia to allow it accept payments in Bitcoin for all its activities related to weapons. They believe this will enable them doge the US and other existing international sanctions. Russia is the world’s second main exporter of arms, commanding 21% of the global market, following the US with around 36%.
Jul 24, 2019 at 13:10
Canada: Richmond Hill Now Accepts Bitcoin Tax Payments
A city with over 200,000 people located in the south-central York Region, Ontario, Canada, Richmond Hill has joined other cities including Innisfil in accepting Bitcoin (BTC) payments from its residents. Now, all residents residing in these cities will be able to pay every kind of property taxes using cryptocurrencies especially Bitcoin, the globe’s top digital asset by market cap.
Jun 19, 2019 at 09:54
Coinbase Launches Cryptocurrency Credit Card in Italy
The United States based giant cryptocurrency exchange platform, Coinbase, has rolled out its Credit Card in Italy, a Visa card which a customer can use to pay in stores by drawing on his or her online digital currency portfolio.
Jun 13, 2019 at 10:15
Visa Launches New Blockchain Project to Compete with SWIFT
Visa has announced that it is entering a $125 trillion market using blockchain to carry out these particular payments in the fastest, most economical and most transparent way ever. The blockchain and cryptocurrency industry is among the most lucrative businesses in the world, and this is the reason why popular companies, institutions or people with a big impact on the world’s economy are not hesitating to take advantage of any opportunity available.
Jun 06, 2019 at 11:14
ZB Group’s Vice President’s Take on the Blockchain as an Indispensable Key Technology
On June 6th, 2019, the Vice President of ZB Group, Ms. Aurora Wong, was invited to speak at the Eagle Chain Digital Economy and Culture Festival’s forum, which took place at Ramada Optics Valley in Wuhan, China, during the prestigious Digital Economy Industrial Application Summit. The summit was jointly sponsored by Eagle Chain Fund, Anypay, Jinse, Brlock360, AO Union among other top organizations.
May 25, 2019 at 10:12
Facebook's Cryptocurrency to be Presented in 2020
The leading social media network, Facebook, the company that owns Instagram and WhatsApp, apps which allow users to make and share content or take part in social networking, plans to put its own cryptocurrency on the market by 2020, the coin will be used to make payments beginning with over 12 different nations globally by April next year (Q1 of 2020).
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