Bitwage is modernizing the payroll experience by leveraging next-generation payment protocols to bring everyone from the unbanked and underbanked to the top income earners into a modern financial system. Companies using Bitwage reduce payroll costs, increase transfer speeds, and have access to unique payroll tools that cannot be offered through traditional means.
The crypto market has responded positively to apparent demand from venture capitalists and institutional investors. Analysts think that none of the Bitcoin’s previous price rallies had the same optimism.
Thanks to entering in a new partnership, Bitwage will give more companies a possibility to pay their employees using crypto assets.
With the latest offerings, remote workers can now receive wages from their employers, and employers can fund payrolls in any of the new 18 currencies.
Bitwage has released a new bitcoin-based payroll product that allows employers to pay employees outside the US in their local currency.
Bitwage presented Bitcoin Payroll for the Individual, a new service for paying employees in digital currency.
Harmony (ONE) has now partnered with Hummingbot to decentralize market making activities and in turn empower the token issuers and the general $ONE community.
HSBC Group has launched its Digital Accounts Receivable Tool using Identitii’s innovative tokenization technology in India. The initiative is part of HSBC’s existing 2017 Global Framework Agreement.
Hybridverse’s Euro backed stablecoin is called Hybrid Euro (HEUR), and is being built on Zilliqa Blockchain that is first and only blockchain to implement sharding.
The new members, including such giants as Microsoft and Salesforce, joined Hyperledger to focus on creating enterprise-grade blockchain solutions for different industries and business sectors.
Since Facebook revealed its new project Libra, and everything that is related to it, people are starting to wake up and speculate – is Facebook’s Project Libra going to take over the cryptocurrency industry? Whether it will be a good or a bad mark, let’s see.
The first phase of the CoinMarketCap’s Data Accountability & Transparency Alliance initiative has come to its end: 70% of all the listed exchanges have managed to provide the required data.
Facebook shares rose in premarket trading after the tech giant unveiled its part in a new digital currency Libra. Facebook’s stock climbed 2.09% in premarket trading from Monday’s close of $192.96 a share.