cryptocurrencies

Wall Street Banks Divided on Bitcoin

by It’s no secret that financial institutions and organizations dislike the decentralized finance idea. However, the times are changing and more and more institutions are seeing the benefits of Bitcoin Read More

PayPal Enters the Cryptocurrency Race

by One of the world’s leading e-wallets, PayPal, has just entered the crypto race. From now on, PayPal’s customers can buy and sell Bitcoins and other virtual currencies with their Read More

Mexican Drug Cartel Members Charged with Money Laundering Via Bitcoin Casinos

by A couple of weeks back, the US Department of Justice has charged six individuals with money laundering. The persons were part of a Mexican drug cartel that has been Read More

Spanish Parliament Members Get €1 Worth of Bitcoin

by As part of an educational campaign, Spanish Parliament members were recently sent €1 worth of Bitcoin to their inbox. All 350 members got it, and this wasn’t a donation. Read More

Latin America Massively Adopting Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies

by The interest for cryptocurrencies on a global scale is at an all-time high. Countries around the world have never been more open to Bitcoin and other cryptos, although there Read More

PayPal and Bitcoin – A Love Story in the Works?

by So far, major payment providers have been against facilitating Bitcoin and crypto sales in general. That may soon change after a lot of chatter about PayPal and Venmo preparing Read More

A New Law in India Threatens Bitcoin and Cryptos

by India has had a somewhat complicated history with cryptos. In mid-2019, a bill proposed criminalizing possession of cryptocurrencies as well as their use and trading. Luckily for Indian crypto Read More

Russia Gets Even Tougher on Bitcoin

by It’s no secret that the Russian government hates cryptos. Anything that’s not the ruble is essentially forbidden or about to be forbidden in Russia. The Duma has done everything Read More

Bitcoin Inheritance Now Recognized by Chinese Laws

by China is one of the pioneers when it comes to Bitcoin laws. The first steps were made back in 2013. At that point, financial institutions were prohibited from handling Read More

The Coronavirus Pandemic Has Changed the Way We See Money

by After months of uncertainty and economic crisis, the world is finally starting to heal from the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. We’re not out of the woods yet, but the numbers Read More