The acquisition helps Satoshi Citadel Industries’ bid to become a Bitcoin ecosystem.
Palarin of Draper’s Boost VC in Silicon Valley launches today, enabling users to remit money to the Philippines from overseas using Bitcoin.
The Bitcoin remittance arm of Philippine startup Satoshi Citadel Industries launches a bills payment service targeting overseas Filipino workers.
The Tokyo-based Bitcoin exchange will use the latest investment for marketing, hiring, and overseas expansion.
California-based Bitwage launches a Bitcoin-powered payroll service that allows American companies to pay workers outside the US in their local currencies.
The startup promises a new "next-generation distributed blockchain technology" that addresses concerns governments and organizations have about cryptocurrency.
Overseas Filipinos may now send money to their loved ones in the Philippines via Bitcoin for free. Transactions in large volumes will be required to comply with Know-Your-Customer rules.
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One Bitcoin remittance service, Rebit.ph, shares it has booked a spike in value of transactions since October.
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East Asian convenience store chain Family Mart has teamed up with a Taiwanese bitcoin exchange to sell the cryptocurrency through its digital kiosks.
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“Coin Supermart is the best company coming out of Singapore, and [that’s why] we picked them,” says Adam Draper, CEO of Boost VC.