BitPay has introduced changes to its payment platform, following a hacker attack and rumors about the staff lay-offs.
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.
Georgia Institute of Technology will be the first university in the world to integrate bitcoin payments into its stadium concession sales and student dining and shopping credit system by means of BitPay.
Demandware’s clients will now be able to easily add bitcoin as a form of payment thanks to BitPay’s development of a pre-built integration between its payment processing services and the Demandware Commerce platform.
BitPay has expanded its San Francisco office with several new hires including executives from Jumio, VISA and PayPal.
Bitcoin payment processor BitPay is growing fast, now with over 41 employees worldwide. The latest to join their team is Tim Byun, who comes from a rather big name in the world of making payments, Visa Inc.
During day two of the Bitcoin2014 conference the participants learned about the existing problems being faced by bitcoiners in China…