A recently published report on the Wall Street Journal claims that some major US’s proprietary trading and investment giants are showing signs of interest in getting their feet soaked in Bitcoin, a move that is already predicted to change drastically the digital currency.
Swiss banking giant announced today that it plans to investigate blockchain technology in new London innovation lab.
Three bitcoin startups were selected for the Barclays Accelerator mentorship program in the London Escalator.
Square is opening its new service which enables businesses to receive payments from customers and fans for a 1.5% fee per transaction.
BitPay will take part in the Transact conference which is to be held from March 31st to April 2nd at the Monscone Center in San Francisco.
6 percent of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus owners have used Apple Pay to make a touchless transaction, while 85 percent haven’t even tried the service, according to the report by market research firm InfoScout.
Facebook Inc. is trying to get in the game of online payment systems like PayPal or Venmo by introducing a free friend-to-friend service of its own, the company announced today.
Now, FIDOR clients are able to conduct a Bitcoin trade on Bitcoin.de within a few seconds.
Major Apple Inc shareholder Carl Icahn said the iPhone maker’s stock should be trading at $216, far above its record high of $124.92 hit on Wednesday, February 11, 2015. Is Bitcoin going to struggle for supremacy?
The Business Forum 2015, which will be held by SWIFT in March, will address key challenges of using bitcoin in the banking system.
Bitcoin’s drawbacks and advantages were discussed during Paypal’s TechXploration speaker series in Town Hall auditorium, San Jose (CA).
Microsoft is now accepting Bitcoin as a payment option to buy apps, games, and other products for Windows, Windows Phone, and Xbox. Check the Coinspeaker’s list of 10 other large websites now accepting bitcoin, along with each company’s Alexa Global Rank, indicating their Web traffic ranking.