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    Buying Cryptocurrency with Coinbase If you’re enthusiastic about buying Bitcoin or one of the other better-known cryptocurrencies your very best guess is CoinBase, which also helps Bitcoin Cash, Ether, and Litecoin. The popular digital exchange is user-friendly and widely trusted, though it can go offline once in a while when trading is especially frenzied. SEE ...
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    Russia approves the trading of cryptocurrency. The Russian Ministry of Finance has drafted a bill to legalize the trading of cryptocurrencies on approved exchanges, regarding a written report from local advertising. Deputy Financing Minister Alexei Moiseev has mentioned that the government is wanting to provide better oversight. SEE ALSO: The new re-programmable credit card has cellphone ...
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    Yet new cryptocurrency to be added in the list– JioCoin will be launched by Reliance.  Reliance is the leading telecom service provider in India, and the company is looking forward to widening the business by launching there own cryptocurrency as JioCoin. SEE ALSO: “KodakCoin” a new cryptocurrency for photographers by Kodak Mukesh Ambani’s elder son Akash Ambani will ...
  • KODAKCoin
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    Kodak the U.S. technology firm has officially announced to launch its own cryptocurrency. KODAKCoin is a “photo-centric cryptocurrency” intended to intend to be used as payment for photographs. The idea is that photographers could use Kodak’s forthcoming blockchain to register works, with “KODAKCoin” functioning as a medium of exchange on the platform. Users can receive payment ...
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    Employees at a Japanese organization will be able to get part of there salary in Bitcoin. GMO Internet, that provides a variety of web-related services including a Bitcoin exchange, can pay staff up to 100,000 yen (about $890) starting in Feb. “Employees can receive salary in Bitcoin if they want,” a company spokesperson said. “We ...