The public transport system in Argentina, the second largest country in South America, is now officially accepting cryptocurrency payments including Bitcoin (BTC) from passengers and travelers in 37 localities across the country. Passengers can now add credit balance to their SUBE travelcards with digital currency.
Coin Idol TV news channel is featuring the most relevant news from the world of blockchain and cryptocurrency. Today on our digest: US Securities and Exchange Commission promoted a fake Initial Coin Offering, high school students in the Netherlands are to pass an exam on bitcoin math, Malta will implement block chain to improve the public transport system, two digital currency firms are trying hard to obtain banking licenses.
Cryptocurrencies and the blockchain technology behind them are becoming more and more popular every day. Many companies, as well as countries, want to make use of the new financial technology. Thus, the Maltese government has decided to create a transport and logistics platform using blockchain tech, bitcoinmagazine.com reports.