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Daily Stormer Uses Bitcoin to Crowdfund Neo-Nazi Website

Twitter Facebook LinkedIn The Daily Stormer is a “white nationalist” blog replete with meme culture, poor grammar, and the expected, constant barrage of sexist and racist remarks. Over the years it has continually had its domains yanked, hosting revoked, and, of course, most normal funding services like PayPal refuse to allow it to do business on their platforms. Daily Stormer Uses Bitcoin to Crowdfund Operations As such, bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies present a unique solution for the blog. Many cryptonaughts inherently eschew censorship and laud free speech, and bitcoin is…

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$43 Million in Bitcoin Trades Help Square Beat Q3 Earnings Estimates

Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Square, the merchant payment service provider which thrives on its mobile card readers and applications, has posted its third-quarter shareholder report, and it includes $43 million in bitcoin revenue. Slim Margins on Bitcoin Overall, they’ve made 51 percent more than they did last year up to this point, and revenue is 68 percent better than they did during the same quarter of last year. BTC sales are one of its smallest components, but they still represent a notable portion of total revenue — around 5 percent. They…

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Kenyans Pay Local Restaurant Bitcoin for Meals and Classes on Cryptocurrency

Mount Kenya provides visitors with a picturesque appeal reminiscent of the ambiance in a world of utopia. Beyond the charm and aura lies a tech-savvy Kenyan restaurant that has incorporated cryptocurrencies for facilitating payment. Betty’s place puts its culinary skills into effective use in “nyama choma,” a tantalizing goat meat barbeque that many Kenyans savor. Situated in the rural town of Nyeri, roughly 150km (90 miles) from the sprawling federal capital, Nairobi, it is one of the few startups in the country that has embraced blockchain technologies by allowing customers…

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BitPay Partners BTC.com, Brings Bitcoin Payment Protocol to Million Users

Bitmain subsidiary BTC.com has become the latest bitcoin wallet provider to adopt the BIP70 transaction framework, enabling the company’s 1 million customers to send payments to businesses in cryptocurrency payment processor BitPay’s $1 billion merchant market. BTC.Com Adopts BIP70 for Commercial Bitcoin Payments Originally proposed in 2013 by early Bitcoin developers Gavin Andresen and Mike Hearn, Bitcoin Improvement Proposal 70 (BIP70) was designed to improve the customer experience for commercial transactions involving cryptocurrency. BIP70 seeks to accomplish this by allowing customers to make payments to human-readable payment addresses(e.g. “example.com), rather…

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Encrypted Email Service Tutonata Tests Cryptocurrency For Payments

Tutanota, a provider of an encrypted email service, has begun to accept donations in bitcoin, ether, bitcoin cash and monero in order to test payment processing using cryptocurrencies, the company announced in a blog post. The German firm noted that it wants to support decentralized payment systems that are independent of centralized processors such as credit card companies and banks. The company believes decentralized payments could support an anonymous email service for human rights activists, whistleblowers, and journalists who require special protection. Crypto Acceptance Postponed Due to Code Rewrite Tutanota…

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Expedia Stops Accepting Bitcoin, Driving Users to Alternative Travel Sites

Expedia, the online travel agency that has been one of the largest merchants to accept bitcoin since 2014, has quietly stopped accepting the cryptocurrency, forcing users to seek alternative travel services. Marketexclusive.com reported on July 2 that an Expedia spokesperson confirmed the company would not accept bitcoin for hotel or flight bookings and that it was evaluating alternative payment options. The spokesperson said the company apologized for inconveniences because there had been no advance notice of the change. Expedia Experienced Problems The report noted that Expedia faced frequent problems with…

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