Last updated on January 2nd, 2018 at 12:00 am
Most recent update: 8:14PM EDT
(CoinTelegraph) Bitcoin Brokerage Anycoin Direct announced it was expanding to 14 new countries. The Dutch company is expanding to 14 additional countries that are primarily Eastern European countries.
(Digital Currency Magnates) Tera Group, the operator of bitcoin derivatives platform Tera Exchange, has brought on former New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) CEO Duncan Niederauer as Advisory Director.
(CoinDesk) Users of blog commenting service Disqus can now tip each other in bitcoin following the company’s integration with San Francisco-based micropayments startup ChangeTip.
(Coin Fire) The global prepaid mobile top-up service Bitrefill and New York based exchange Celery have launched an integration-based partnership that enables US users to send instant mobile airtime remittances to over 100 countries.
(Privacy Online News) The Swedish Tax Authority has demanded the full customer transaction history, specifically including customers’ wallet addresses, from the small Swedish bitcoin exchange BTC-X.
(Wall Street Journal) Nasdaq OMX Group Inc. has agreed to provide New York-based startup Noble Markets with core technology to power a new marketplace aimed at allowing companies and institutional investors such as hedge funds to trade bitcoin and related digital-currency assets. [Pay Wall]
(CoinDesk) 9% of Americans were left feeling “puzzled” or “confused” after being shown the bitcoin logo, according to a recent survey by The Digital Currency Council.
(The Coin Front) CEX.IO, which currently charges a 0.2% commission fee on any buy or sell transactions, has dropped it to 0% starting tomorrow until the 1st of April in order to help incentivize more users to try out the platform.
(CoinDesk) Payments processor and prepaid card provider NETELLER has added a bitcoin deposit feature.