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Archive for November, 2014


Bitcoin Price Going to Break 400 USD

After almost one month where the Bitcoin price has been floating below 350 USD per BTC (and even lower), the price has recently increased drastically. For the first time since October 15th, 2014, we might see a Bitcoin worth more than 400 dollars. Also read: “How to Trade Bitcoin“ The third quarter of 2014 has […]

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Counterparty Recreates Ethereum on Bitcoin

Counterparty announced that its developers have successfully ported the Ethereum Project’s programming language over to the Counterparty platform, enabling users to save and execute Turing Complete Ethereum code on the Bitcoin blockchain. With this new development, Counterparty makes it possible to execute Ethereum smart contracts on the more secure Bitcoin blockchain. Also read: Gavin Andresen […]

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Intuit Brings Bitcoin Payments to Quickbooks Integrating BitPay Into PayByCoin Service

Intuit and BitPay announced the integration of Bitcoin payments into the Quickbooks PayByCoin service. The integration will allow the company to offer the option of paying by Bitcoin to their customers. The integration also allows for next day settlement in their bank accounts as well. The quick deposit to their bank accounts will help companies […]

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Cryptocurrency Round-Up: Satoshi Unmasked, Russia Softens Bitcoin Stance and ‘Bitcoin Worth $1m\’

{{unknown}}November 12, 2014 at 08:41AM The price of bitcoin has continued its remarkable recovery.(IBTimes UK) ibtimes.co.uk / Anthony Cuthbertson / November 12, 2014 13:45 GMT Bitcoin Price: $ 393.60 (£248.31, €315.60, via CoinDesk.com) Bitcoin has continued its remarkable price recovery that began at the start of November with a further gain of 7% over the […]

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HP double taps into mobile payments; outlines biggest electronic payments hurdles

User authentication was found to be a more daunting hurdle than alleviating privacy woes, according to a new HP study. Bitcoin News Feeds Today

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Singapore Event Puts Bitcoin on Mainstream Finance Agenda – CoinDesk

Singapore Event Puts Bitcoin on Mainstream Finance AgendaCoinDeskCo-organizer Mikkel Larsen, an advisor to Singapore-based Tembusu Terminals and managing director at major bank DBS, told CoinDesk that while there are still fundamental unresolved issues for bitcoin in accounting and legal status, Singapore's …and more » bitcoin – Google News

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