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SatoshiPay Nanopayment Technology Launches in Beta

Berlin-based tech company SatoshiPay has released a beta version of their micropayments system which allows users to pay very small amounts of Bitcoin for content that they deem as tip-worthy. The payments are administered using blockchain technology and can be for amounts as small at 0.01 Euro or less. While the concept of nanopayments isn’t entirely brand-new in the realm of Bitcoin or other...

AllCrypt.com Bitcoin Exchange Goes Down

The AllCrypt.com bitcoin exchange has gone down, and 42 bitcoins is reported missing. The Allcrypt.com site has a note posted saying “Allcrypt.com is down for a bit.” Attempts are being made to resurrect the site, and details will be posted as they become available. “I’m not even sure there is anything to bring back up,” the note says. The message on the site has been updated once since Monday...

WordPress is Still a Big Believer in Bitcoin

WordPress accepting Bitcoin for its premium services was big news throughout the tech world at the end of 2012, garnering coverage in magazines like PCWorld. The popular blogging platform is many people's first introductions to content management systems. Over the years, it has managed to keep up with the times, and even with the advent of competitor platforms like Ghost, it has maintained its...

ChainPay Asks, “Why Should Just Multinationals Accept Bitcoin?” After Bringing Bitcoin to WooCommerce

In under five minutes, any store using WooCommerce for their customer’s shopping experience can enable bitcoin payments. ChainPay posted a video tutorial of their new WordPress plugin yesterday, and the results are fairly quick. In the four minute video, including a 30-second proof of the Wadsworth Constant, James Carter, founder of AltXE, installs the plugin, places an order and pays all in a...

Snapcard Enables Cryptocoin Equality

While Bitcoin has a high value per unit and universal acceptance for those who do any Cryptocoin transactions, there are a few others which have gained enough of a following to have escaped experimental status. Snapcard makes accepting Dogecoin and Litecoin simple, and they also support settlement service provider Ripple. Today they've released a set of plugins for both WordPress and Woo Commerce...

BitPay Plans to Have "One Million Merchants Taking Bitcoin by the End of 2016"

Bitcoin merchant processing company BitPay has been on quite a roll.  They have been making news on a consistent basis since signing WordPress as the first major international merchant to accept Bitcoin back in November of 2012.  CCN decided to catch up with BitPay's Vice President of Marketing, Stephanie Wargo, to learn more about where BitPay and Bitcoin are, and where they're headed as we look...

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