By /u/kwoiukda | Reddit - Bitcoin | 1 week 16 hours ago | crypto-news
I'm having trouble finding reliable information online. The only bank that seems to openly state that they accept transfers from exchanges is bunq, but they seem to have fatally damaged their reputation with the latest app release. Has anyone had success with ING or ABN AMRO? Any other suggestions? Cheers. submitted by /u/kwoiukda [link] [comments]
By /u/steeevemadden | Reddit - BTC | 3 days 11 hours ago | crypto-news
(Assuming BCH just stays at $300) That's $151,200 per week. If he only works 40 hours per week then he's making $3,780/hr or a salary of $7,862,400/yr. submitted by /u/steeevemadden [link] [comments]
By Bitcoin Magazine | Bitcoin Magazine | 5 days 8 hours ago | crypto-news
Before Bitcoin was a movement, it was a digital currency. While the store-of-value aspect of Bitcoin gets highlighted often, the permissionless payments side often doesn’t receive the attention it deserves. In 2012, Jon Holmquist embraced the Black Friday holiday in order to help Bitcoiners showcase the advantages of their favorite technology, launching BitcoinBlackFriday.com and hacking a mainstream...
By /u/BigBlockIfTrue | Reddit - BitcoinCash | 1 week 17 hours ago | crypto-news
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By Cointelegraph By Helen Partz | CoinTelegraph | 1 week 3 days ago | crypto-news
Bitcoin-related activities are not prohibited by the Chinese government as the cryptocurrency acts as a virtual commodity.
By | LTB Network | 2 weeks 3 days ago | crypto-news
Today we sit down with Vake. He's been around for a long time. In this one we go back in history and talk about bitcoin in the 2013-2016 era, a lot of fun to dive back and will be some new stuff to a lot of you who, like me came in 2017 or later. We then talk about bitcoin in the here and now and move on to some speculation about the coming decade. This is good stuff - I know all you bitcoiners will...