Jamie Dimon, the CEO of JP Morgan — America’s largest bank — sees bitcoin as a waste of time. Solidifying his status as the male version of Blythe Masters, Dimon is enthusiastic and positive when it comes to the blockchain, but dismissive of the country’s favorite digital currency. Also read: Voting Machines Running Blockchain Technology Are No Longer Just A Theory “Separate currency from the blockchain… My belief is that there’s not going to be
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The Isle of Man is home to a growing number of businesses that accept Bitcoin. During the past decade, the island became an important outpost to online poker, and some of the world’s biggest companies have relocated to the island, including Rational Group, the owner of websites like PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker.
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AltXE is a startup aimed at creating Bitcoin service products. The company is currently launching its first product, ChainPay, which provides payment processing services to online merchants. ChainPay is backed by a major European bank, which will charge 1% fee to merchants. We contacted James Carter, Founder of AltXE, to speak about this new service. What made you create ChainPay? I’d encountered Bitcoin a few years before I considered launching a Bitcoin based startup. About 3 years ago
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The second country that we will take a closer look at is the Isle of Man. The Isle of Man is nestled between Ireland, England,Wales and Scotland. It has been a haven for online gambling companies for a couple of years now. However The Isle of Man is looking toward the future like an open minded country should. There has been quite a storm about the Isle of Man’s decision to become a “pro digital