The Bitcoin remittance arm of Philippine startup Satoshi Citadel Industries launches a bills payment service targeting overseas Filipino workers.
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Satoshi Citadel Industries, an umbrella company in the Philippines for various Bitcoin-based ventures, has launched its quirkiest product to date: Bitstars. Users upload selfies to the Bitstars site, ...