One of the natural applications of the technology behind digital currencies, the payments space has blossomed into a leading sector for development. Our articles aim to bring these developments to light.
Cryptocurrency exchange Bitpanda has launched a service designed to provide a quick way of paying bills and transferring funds to bank accounts.
Despite the promises that bitcoin will be used for everyday purchases, many businesses that were initially bullish have stopped accepting cryptocurrencies.
Even though Ohio has suspended its groundbreaking program, the idea of using bitcoin for tax payments isn’t going anywhere.
Frustrated Hong Kong Free Press has changed its payment processor from BitPay to BTCPay in order to receive its donation payments.
DropBit is updating its app to allow users to send bitcoin via the Lightning Network.
With the potential of the Lightning Network and the growth of bitcoin rewards programs, the age of bitcoin-powered discounts may be here.
In an exclusive video interview, Bitrefill CEO Sergej Kotliar discusses gift cards, privacy, the circular economy and the Lightning Network.
Venezuela’s Central Bank is considering adding bitcoin to its balance sheets, giving state institutions the ability to settle payments in cryptocurrencies.
Fold’s new app allows users to spend fiat via a credit debit card and earn bitcoin back on purchases with select retailers.
Retail software provider Global P.O.S. declared that more than 25,000 points of sale in France will be able to accept bitcoin payments beginning in 2020.
Bottle Pay facilitates Lightning Network micropayments through social media and chat services and is growing along with the technology it’s built on.
Bitcoin Magazine’s Week in Review brings you the most critical, interesting and popular news stories affecting Bitcoin this week.
Zap wallet will soon let you buy bitcoin in the app and deposit the sats directly into your Lightning wallet after each purchase.
Bitcoin Magazine’s Week in Review brings you the most critical, interesting and popular Bitcoin news from this week.
PWC’s Luxembourg branch will accept bitcoin payments in response to “growing demand from the market.”
This week in bitcoin news saw another twist in the Craig Wright saga, LocalBitcoins move away from anonymous trading with new KYC/AML requirements and more.
The e-commerce platform Shopify has partnered with OpenNode to enable Lightning Network payments for its more than 500,000 merchants.
Denet Lewis helps paint a picture of the pros and cons of accepting bitcoin as a small business owner.
This episode features Alex Gladstein of the Human Rights Foundation discussing his recent essay “The Moral Case for Lightning.”
Layer 2 protocols like the Lightning Network and the Liquid sidechain can make it easier for those who leverage bitcoin for remittances.