$117,000 worth of Bitcoin was reportedly stolen from an Austrian man’s laptop in Vienna after he logged onto a public WIFI network at the restaurant he was eating in. The as yet unnamed victim, as reported by CBS News, told authorities that his Bitcoin was transferred from his wallet after he logged onto a public WIFI network at a restaurant in Innsbruck, Austria. Police have so far been unable to confirm whether the victim’s computer had
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With cryptocurrency adoption rapidly rising, more and more companies and institutions are offering Bitcoin and blockchain services. Austrian Post Office and Bitpanda partnership In a new report, the Austrian post office, and the Bitcoin exchange Bitpanda partnered up together to offer Bitcoin, litecoin, ethereum and dash at 1,800 post branches all over Austria. Thanks to this partnership, customers will be able to safely and easily buy various cryptocurrencies with euros at all post branches in Austria.
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In the recently held Pioneers Festival 2015 (On 28th and 29th May) in Vienna, Austria, Dronamics, the startup that manufactures drones for transporting goods, has won the ‘5th Pioneers Challenge’. Dronamics convinced the jury peppered with top investors e.g. Fred Destin from Accel, Lior Susan of Formation 8, Marvin Liao from 500 Startups, Oliver Holle of Speed Invest and Simon Levene of Mosaic Ventures from their drones service. Also read: Bitcoin Adoption To Thrive From
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The trio behind Coinimal has decided to take buying crypto-currency into their own hands and launched their own exchange on December 15th. According to Coinimal’s CEO, Paul Klanschek, they were motivated by their experiences buying bitcoin and other crypto-currencies from European companies. “All three of [us] are from Austria and [have been] active in the crypto scene for a few years already. Every time we had to buy Bitcoins we experienced how hard it was