Venezuela Bitcoin exchange SurBitcoin has announced it intends to start operating once more within a...
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Travel much? Bitcoinist discovered that using Bitcoin instead of local currency gives you more Big Macs for your bits, particularly...
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Venezuela’s largest Bitcoin exchange Surbitcoin is no longer trading locally after its bank suddenly suspended withdrawal...
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This case-study will focus on Bitcoin’s rise in Nigeria. It was partially inspired by a question from...
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Venezuela has arrested a group of Bitcoin miners for allegedly “affecting stability” of the country’s...
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Bitcoin’s amazing rise continues to break records, setting an all-time high market cap and reaching...
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Venezuelan online travel agency Destinia will now only accept Bitcoin for payment citing “increasing restrictions” and economic...
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Australia is mulling the idea of decommissioning its highest value banknote in what appears to...
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Venezuela has announced the sudden withdrawal of its highest-value banknote, replacing it with coins ahead...
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Update: The source of the downtime seems to be an attack on a website (DolarToday)...
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The country's foreign currency policy has been restricting exchanges for several years now, and since then the only legal method for Venezuelans to get US dollars is through a government agency. Venezuelans can have loads and loads of bolivars (the national currency) and still be unable to buy the sorts of goods that many in the developed world take for granted.