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Cheapair.com Bitcoin Sales Soar 74% Over the Last 6 Months

Online travel website Cheapair.com announced on Thursday that its bitcoin sales have jumped 74 percent year-on-year over the last six months. 74% More Sales Paid with Bitcoin Headquartered in Calabasas, CA, Cheapair.com offers affordable airline tickets by scouring the web for the lowest prices using its proprietary algorithm. The travel website also offers hotel and […]

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Deloitte Accepts Bitcoin at its Restaurant Due to ‘A Lot of Requests’

Deloitte Canada announced this week that its Toronto office’s internal restaurant called Bistro 1858 now accepts bitcoin. Bitcoin.com talked to Iliana Oris Valiente, ‎Strategy and Execution Lead and co-founder at Rubix by Deloitte, to find out the reason behind this decision and how much interest in Bitcoin the firm is seeing. Most Visible Private Restaurant Bistro […]

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Online Wallet Coinbase Will Not Pay For On-Chain Fees, Forwards Cost to Customers

Over the course of the past six months, bitcoin miner fees have spiked significantly causing on-chain transactions over the network to be more expensive. Last week Bitcoin.com reported on Bitpay raising the cost of the company’s invoice rates to cover miner fees. Now Coinbase has announced their service will discontinue paying network fees and the […]

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Bitpay Confident in Bitcoin, But Raises Its Minimum Transaction Size

The Bitcoin network is currently experiencing a period of rapid growth, which has caused scaling issues for the technology and social fissures in the online creation community. Bitpay, the juggernaut global bitcoin payment service provider, threw its support behind Bitcoin on Tuesday in a post by CEO Stephen Pair. The Atlanta-based company then raised its […]

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Exclusive (and Controversial) Satoshi Roundtable Commences

After a welcome dinner last night, the secretive event ‘Satoshi Roundtable’ kicked off this morning, sources tell the Bitcoin.com News team. The meeting represents a controversial two-day private affair featuring Bitcoin community members invited by ‘Blockchain Economic Advisor’ Bruce Fenton, who has shrouded the event in mystery.  “All bags with Satoshi Roundtable paperwork were rerouted and […]

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