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    Neteller Wants to Acquire Paysafecard Issuer, Skrill

    Neteller has been making waves lately by starting to integrate Bitcoin and starting to be available in the US in states Nevada and New Jersy. They recently announced that they would be buying Skrill Group (Sentinel Topco Ltd) for roughly 1.1 billion euros in order to expand its online services. Also Read:  Neteller now Accepts Bitcoin Deposits From the press release at Forexmagnates: Optimal Payments Plc (LSE: OPAY), the group behind the popular NETELLER payment

    · March 26, 2015 · 7:45 pm
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    Dell Begins Accepting Bitcoin in the UK and Canada

    Following a partnership between Dell and Coinbase from last summer, Dell is now accepting bitcoin in the UK and Canada. Dell’s move into Bitcoin began with an increase in customer demand for the payment method. After their successful US pilot, Dell continued to see demand for the payment methods in customers and both small and medium size businesses. Since their partnership last summer, Dell reported individuals purchased anything from software, computers, services and a record

    · February 21, 2015 · 3:00 pm
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    Law Firm Anderson, Desimone & Green Accepts Bitcoin Payments

    Since the very beginning, Bitcoin by nature was going to have difficulty abiding with regulation. As Bitcoin is decentralized and was designed from the ground up to be peer to peer; this did not mix well with most countries. A potential form of payment that could be used as a currency globally controlled by no one entity? A government’s worse nightmare. Which is the very reason law firms accepting Bitcoin are typically the slowest ones

    · February 20, 2015 · 11:25 am
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    Arctur Supercomputer Accepts Bitcoin

    Arctur-1, a supercomputer in Slovenia which is used by scientific and technical users, has announced that they will accept Bitcoin for computing services. The Arctur computer itself boasts impressive stats ” Arctur-1 was built with 84 IBM iDataPlex dx360 M3 nodes, each with two Intel Xeon X5650 cores (6 cores clocked at 2,66 GHz) for a total of 1008 cores, 2,66 terabytes of memory (2,66 gigabytes per core), reaching a peak processing power of 10 TFlops

    · November 21, 2014 · 8:12 pm