Bitcoin Anywhere on Abine’s Blur Masked Cards

Abine, a Boston based firm which calls itself the “online privacy company” is offering a bitcoin payment service called Bitcoin Anywhere. The Bitcoin Anywhere service enables users to make online payments on any online portal that accepts MasterCard credit cards. The Bitcoin Anywhere service works though Blur “Masked Card”. These Blur Masked Cards will be […]

Bitcoin Price At The Crossroads

The bitcoin price charts are not giving uniform indications for all exchanges and the divergence is a signal that investors in different localities have different expectations for trend. The charts are equally weighted toward both advance and continued decline. Analysis identifies a critical level that will signal the medium-term direction of trend. This analysis is […]

Factom Genesis Block is Born

On January 3, 2009, at 18:15:05 GMT, Satoshi Nakamoto made history by mining the Bitcoin blockchain’s first block–known as the genesis block–for 50 BTC. Now, the Factom team hopes to make history again with the release of their own genesis block, bringing new life to the original ledger. Factom is a protocol and peer-to-peer network […]

Digital Currency Startups Prosper in Berlin’s Vibrant Bitcoin Community

This is a guest post by Chris Grundy, a Berlin-based Bitcoin enthusiast who works at Bitbond. Despite Germany’s recent negative press over the Greek bailout, Berlin remains one of the world’s greatest cities for Bitcoin lovers. Whether it’s the plethora of innovative bitcoin startups springing up all over the city, the widespread adoption of the […]

Indian Bitcoin Startup Zebpay to Open a Mobile E-Commerce Marketplace

India’s first bitcoin wallet and startup Zebpay has begun offering mobile payment services to its users and has announced its plans to start a mobile e-commerce marketplace. Zebpay’s newly released mobile payment service enables its users to pay for DTH (direct broadcast satellite), mobile airtime and data card using bitcoin. Additionally, Zebpay users can now […]

Alleged ISIS Activists Released Details of 1,400 US Targets

Officials say a group claiming to be the Islamic State Hacking Division posted a list of American names and contacts online, and refers to them as “targets.”  The post Alleged ISIS Activists Released Details of 1,400 US Targets appeared first on CCN: Financial Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency News.