Number of Bitcoin ATMs Increased by 56% in 2019
Jan 05, 2020 at 09:31
A new Crypto ATM review has indicated that the number of Bitcoin ATMs globally increased by more than 56 percent in 2019. According to the same report, the number of new Bitcoin users did not vary significantly from the 2018 figure. Experts believe that the rate at which new people join bitcoin is somewhat stagnant.
Bitcoin is Too Young to be Used by Terrorists, Report Shows
Apr 11, 2019 at 06:38
It is now time to silence all those people who were tarnishing the image (and are against the adoption) of cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin by claiming that they are being used to fund terrorist activities since a new report by the RAND Corporation has discovered that terrorist organizations are the number one haters of digital currencies. Terrorists prefer cash over anything else.
MinexPay Launches The First Truly Global Cards for Crypto Payments
Feb 11, 2019 at 10:55
Estonian company MinexSystems has commenced the full start of operation of its two primary products, MinexPay and Minex Web Wallet, which in conjunction create one of the most completed cryptocurrency card ecosystems on the market. Minex Web Wallet is a secure web wallet system which offers storage and control over several digital assets, as well as activation and control of the cards purchased via MinexPay. MinexPay offers a card program, which can be used both for crypto online and offline payments and ATM withdrawals, with very attractive limitations.
Where Have All The Crypto Cards Gone?
Jun 11, 2018 at 14:28
Back in 2017, cryptocurrency cards were all the rage. Touted as a solution for the limited cryptocurrency market, they promised a new age of crypto — we just had to wait for it. Well, it’s summer of 2018 now, and we are still waiting. Something has clearly gone wrong.
The Tax Authority of Lithuania Closes Bitcoin ATMs in Shopping Mall
Feb 09, 2018 at 10:48
Two Bitcoin ATMs had been working in Lithuanian shopping center GO9, but the State Tax Inspectorate of Lithuania (Valstybinė mokesčių inspekcija - VMI) asked the owner company to shut them down. The authorities explained that the ATM can’t work on the financial market until they have appropriate certifications.