Venezuela Starts Regulating Cryptocurrency Remittances

The Venezuelan government has begun regulating cryptocurrency remittances. The regulator has set a monthly limit and will be collecting commissions of up to 15 percent of the transaction amount. Additionally, new details of its comprehensive registry of crypto service providers

Bitcoin and Various Altcoins Now Accepted by H&M Distributors

In its slow-but-steady crawl towards mass adoption, Bitcoin (BTC) will now be accepted at American wholesaler H&M Distributors.  Not to be confused with the Swedish multinational clothing-retail company Hennes & Mauritz AB, H&M Distributors instead deals in cost-effective lighting —

‘Bitcoin’ Branded Altcoins Were a Phenomenon of Soaring BTC Price

Bitcoin has been forked to spawn more than 40 Bitcoin-branded altcoins in its history, and many remain completely unknown, new data published this week reveals. Bitcoin Forks Surged At Price All-Time High Compiled by cryptocurrency data analytics firm DataLight and

CRYPTOMATIC ENVOY: A Watch That Really Represents [Review]

The ENVOY COLLECTION by CRYPTOMATIC is the third in a series of Bitcoin-themed watches for true fans of the first and foremost cryptocurrency. After putting it through its paces, we believe this beautiful timepiece from the first watchmakers to accept

Canadian Cryptocurrency Exchange Coinsquare Now in 25 European Countries

Exchanges One of Canada’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges, Coinsquare, has officially launched in 25 European countries. A Coinsquare spokesperson has shared some details with news.Bitcoin.com. Users in Europe now have access to all major services the exchange offers, including all supported

Term Sheet — Thursday, December 13

THE 2018 STATE OF STARTUPS Good morning, Term Sheet readers. First Round Capital released its annual State of Startups report this morning. The firm surveyed 529 founders on topics such as the current fundraising climate, exit environment, and the challenges

Fine Jewelry Dealer Birks Group Now Accepts Bitcoin

News On Tuesday, Canadian company Birks Group, a fine jewelry operation since 1879, announced its plan to accept bitcoin for products and services at eight select locations. Birks Group and its retail stores will accept cryptocurrencies through a partnership with