Coinbase and Visa are at odds over who caused excess charges on credit and debit cards for some customers purchasing cryptocurrencies on Coinbase's platform. Though Visa and payment processor Worldpay have reportedly now stated the issue wasn't Coinbase's fault, customers remained angry at the trouble caused. Also see: Chicago Trader the First to Be Charged With … [Read more...] about Coinbase and Visa Clash Over Who Caused Duplicate Card Charges
Bitcoin debit card service WageCan has advised users it will suspend bitcoin deposits and withdrawals for three days at the end of this month. It's a precautionary measure against disruption if the Bitcoin blockchain forks around that time. Also read: Google Glass Finds Its True Calling as an Industrial Tool In an advisory mailed to users, WageCan told its users to … [Read more...] about WageCan Bitcoin Debit Card to Suspend Service 31 July to 2 August
Bitcoin is now well over $1800 USD. Coincidentally, it's Mother's Day in the United States this Sunday, 14th May. How could you spend some of that easily-gotten wealth to buy something special? Here's our top five suggestions. Also read: Litecoin Now Has SegWit. What Next for Bitcoin? Not every retailer accepts bitcoin yet. In fact, only a small percentage of enthusiasts … [Read more...] about The Top Five Ways to Use Bitcoin for Mother’s Day
Why use bitcoin when we already have credit cards, debit cards and even electronic cash? Well, bitcoin is far better than those. There are a number of key differences in the way they function, including: No accounts -- you do not have to have a bank or credit card account to use bitcoin. This means you don't have to be over 18, or live in a developed economy, have a regular … [Read more...] about How Is Bitcoin Better Than Debit or Credit Cards?