Overstock will use Bitcoin to cover its Ohio commercial activity taxes in February 2019, using the recently launched cryptocurrency taxpayer platform, OhioCrypto.com.
Starting from today, Ohio businesses can pay taxes with Bitcoin. The authorities will use crypto payment processor BitPay which will handle the payment in crypto and conversion to dollars for the tax office.
Black Friday, a shopping event that is very popular in Western cultures, has begun. The shopping event is known for offering big sales the day after thanksgiving and offers shoppers the opportunity to catch bargains while wrapping up christmas shopping early. For the sixth year in a row it’s also coming to holders of the cryptocurrencies.
Thanks to a newly established partnership with crypto startup Paxos, payments firm BitPay will allow its merchants to use PAX in settling transactions.
BitPay customers may now receive settlement in Gemini Dollar (GUSD) and USD Coin (USDC), USD-pegged cryptocurrency stablecoins, without relying on costly, time-consuming wire transfers.
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have nothing to be afraid of. Bloomberg’s recent report has been officially refuted, as JPM Coin is not even a crypto.
Mark Zuckerberg is interested in putting the Facebook login on the blockchain technology which can be used to enable users to control their data and attract software developers who don’t want to rely on corporations that can cut off users’ access.
Binance launched its much expected decentralized exchange (DEX) to increase security and efficiency of its services and the markets love it with the BNB coin appreciating by over 75% within days.
Thanks to the new BitGo’s initiative, customers’ crypto holdings can be insured for up to $100 million through Lloyd’s of London.
On April 5th, 2019, the SEC will have to announce their decision to either approve, deny or extend the decision-making period on Cboe/VanEck/Solid X’s Bitcoin ETF.
Bitmain faced a decline in its 2018 profit margins. However, the company has launched new mining chips in a move expected to put the company back on the profitable track.
In this guest post, Max Hasselhoff, integration engineer from Bytecoin and long-standing crypto enthusiast, presents series 3 of Max’s Corner, in which he takes a look at some of the biggest stories happening in sphere of crypto adoption and tech growth.