Bitcoin took a gigantic plunge on Friday, wiping $200 billion off the market as the alternative currency plunged below $50,000.
In a groundbreaking move, TIME Magazine announced that it would begin accepting Crypto, a digital cryptocurrency, for subscriptions.
The Greek financial crisis has greatly affected the big cities such as the capital, Athens, and Thessaloniki, as well as the small remote villages and islands such as the island of Agistri. Agistri, an island located close to the Greek...
Bitcoins are now available in Greece. The first Greek Bitcoin trader, the first platform exclusively for Greeks, is now open. The platform is named btcgreece.com and it is a place where one can buy, sell or even transfer Bitcoins to other...
The University of Nicosia founded in 1980, became the first university to globally accept the popular digital currency bitcoin for the payment of tuition and other fees. It is used in aim to help foreign students in countries--where traditional banking...
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