AT&T now accepts Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, and this move makes the company the first of its kind to accept payments in cryptocurrencies.
Cryptocurrency prime dealer SFOX is partnering with M.Y. Safra Bank of New York to offer traders and investors deposit accounts backed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC).
some of the largest retailers in the United States such as, Starbucks, Nordstrom, Office Depot, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Crate & Barrel, Baskin Robbins, GameStop, Jamba Juice, Barnes and Noble and Amazon-owned Whole Foods, are now accepting cryptocurrency payments.
Fintech Startup Fluidity announced its plans to launch a project that will log mortgages onto the Blockchain network, via Ethereum.
Is it better to hoard gold or Bitcoin? The cryptocurrency company Grayscale is making the case for Bitcoin with an unprecedented multi-million dollar marketing campaign that includes a year of national TV commercials.
In a bi-weekly call between ethereum developers, Ethereum Foundation researcher Justin Drake said that code specifications for the first phase of ethereum’s transition to a proof-of-stake network were “on track” to be finalized by June 30.
The Amazon Web Services platform, which is the largest cloud computing service by market share, has made its Amazon Managed Blockchain (AMB) service generally available, the company announced.
Coil, the San Francisco-based startup founded by former Ripple CTO Stefan Thomas, just opened the public beta on its blogging platform designed to help content creators earn XRP.
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California Bill Would Legalize Cryptocurrency for Tax Payments via Cannabis/Marijuana-Related Businesses
Lawmakers in the United States state of California have introduced a bill to allow cannabis-related business to pay fees and taxes in cryptocurrency stablecoins. The bill was introduced by the California State Assembly on Feb. 21.