Month

May 2018

Six Japanese Public Companies Plan to Launch Crypto Exchanges

This week, a number of companies listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange revealed their plans to enter the crypto exchange business. They include one of the most popular budget-managing app operators, an entertainment conglomerate, one of the largest music labels,… Continue Reading →

331 High-Income Traders Declared Crypto Profits in Japan

The Japanese tax authority has for the first time revealed the number of high-income taxpayers who declared cryptocurrency profits in the year 2017. Out of the total number of taxpayers with miscellaneous income of 100 million yen or more, excluding… Continue Reading →

Bitcoin Exchange BTCChina Upgrades KYC System; Withdrawals to Resume Soon?

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ALEHUB: Introducing the Next Generation Freelancing Platform

The distributed ledger technology is now the word of the day. Companies are showing an increased interest in the technology while multiple projects are being developed across several industries. The Freelancing and Outsourcing industry is one of the sectors waiting… Continue Reading →

Bchpls.io Enables Free Bitcoin Cash Point-of-Sale Platform

There’s a new Point-of-Sale (PoS) service the Bitcoin Cash community has been talking about called, Bchpls.io, an app that enables any brick n’ mortar merchant to accept BCH with just two devices by providing a customer screen, and a cashier… Continue Reading →

Interview with Stephen Xu of QTUM and Co-Founder of DREP

After his recent departure from QTUM, Stephen Xu shared his thoughts with BTCManager on the challenges facing the blockchain space, the China ban and the future of cryptocurrency. A graduate of the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Stephen Xu… Continue Reading →

Wendy McElroy: The Centralization of Crypto and the Banality of Evil

The Satoshi Revolution: A Revolution of Rising Expectations Section 3: Decentralization Chapter 8, Part 3 The Centralization of Crypto and the Banality of Evil First we must realize that all actions are performed by individuals… If we scrutinize the meaning… Continue Reading →

Markets Update: Bear Market Adds Cryptocurrency Trading Uncertainty

Cryptocurrency markets have had a rough week over the last seven days as many digital assets lost quite a bit of value most had gained two weeks prior. Currently, markets are seemingly consolidating and have remained somewhat stable over the… Continue Reading →

German Stock Exchange Ponders Offering Bitcoin Trading to Clients

Even with the reign of the bear market, it seems more and more financial institutions are seriously looking to join the bitcoin train. On May 24, 2018, Frankfurt-based Deutsche Borse AG has hinted it’s weighing the possibility of offering clients… Continue Reading →

Spending Bitcoin in Europe Is Getting Easier Thanks to Wirex and Paytomat

European cryptocurrency holders have reason to be cheerful. Slowly but surely it’s becoming easier to spend BTC, BCH, and a range of other cryptos throughout the continent, with payment services like Wirex and Paytomat leading the charge. It’s now possible… Continue Reading →

Small Lenders Reap Big from Wall Street’s Decision to Shun Cryptocurrencies

A considerable number of small banks are riding the cryptocurrency wave and getting more business from the industry. Specifically, business comes from trading exchanges that need to support fiat deposits and withdrawals for customers. New Opportunities Previously, the bank Silvergate… Continue Reading →

Bitcoin in Brief Saturday: Crypto Hiring and Blockchain Welfare, From Down Under

Instant crypto-denominated salaries and blockchain-based social security payments feature in Saturday’s Bitcoin in Brief. Reports about these promising developments in the labor market and the public sector come from Australia. Also, the Slovak tax authority intends to use blockchain technology… Continue Reading →

Private Instant-Messaging Platform Plans to Integrate Bitcoin Transfers Within Chats.

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Bitcoin Educators: Why is it important and beneficial to teach about Bitcoin?

I'm here to get input, quotes, resources, and feedback from anyone involved in Bitcoin education. I'm an educator in Seoul, Korea, and I also help organize the Seoul Bitcoin meetup with a few others. For a graduate school course I'm… Continue Reading →

Major Natural Gas Company in the Czech Republic Adopts Bitcoin Payments

The Czech Republic’s largest natural gas company Prazska Plynarenska announced that it would soon begin accepting payments in bitcoin. Clients will have the choice to pay their monthly dues in cryptocurrency as well as fiat currency. From local media reports,… Continue Reading →

Daily Discussion, May 26, 2018

Please utilize this sticky thread for all general Bitcoin discussions! If you see posts on the front page or /r/Bitcoin/new which are better suited for this daily discussion thread, please help out by directing the OP to this thread instead…. Continue Reading →

SA Central Bank Comes Up With Another Nickname for Cryptos – “Cyber Tokens”

Cryptocurrencies don’t meet the requirements of money, according to the South African Reserve Bank which has decided to call them by a different name. It’s one that does not imply either currency or cryptography. “We prefer to use the word… Continue Reading →

He already knew it back in 2009

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Interview with Thaer Khawaja, Lead Developer of the Masari Project

In this exclusive interview, BTCManager speaks to Thaer Khawaja, a Canadian software developer who has been quietly working on a code fork of Monero, known as Masari. The cryptocurrency first emerged into the limelight when the project submitted a pull… Continue Reading →

BTCPay: Meet the Core Developer Who’s Building a Better ‘BitPay’

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