Elipay Celebrates the First of 100s of Crypto-Accepting Merchants in Croatia

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On May 20, Eligma showed off its Elipay service, a crypto payment processing system that allows people to pay for products and services with cryptocurrencies at over 300 retailers in the region. The grand opening of Elipay’s Croatian launch started with the first transaction made by Bitcoin.com’s CEO, Roger Ver, at the five-star Navis Design…

UK and Europe-Based Users Can Now Buy Bitcoin Cash Inside the Bitcoin.com Wallet

UK and Europe-Based Users Can Now Buy Bitcoin Cash Inside the Bitcoin.com Wallet

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In the summer of 2017, Bitcoin.com launched its open source light client and since then more than 3.8 million wallets have been created. We’ve since added a load of new features to the wallet software and as of April 15, 2019, Bitcoin.com Wallet users in the UK and Europe can purchase bitcoin cash (BCH) directly…

Acquiring Crypto: Simple Steps to Buying Your First Bitcoin

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There’s a good chance you’ve talked to a friend about Bitcoin. Or maybe heard about this “crazy digital currency” in the news, but haven’t tried to obtain any because you think it might be difficult. These days, acquiring cryptocurrency is actually very easy, with various avenues you can take to purchase your first coins. Also…

Need Cold Storage? Check Out Bitcoin.com’s Revamped Paper Wallet Generator

Need Cold Storage? Check Out Bitcoin.com’s Revamped Paper Wallet Generator

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There are many ways to store bitcoin cash, and while some people use mobile apps, others use hardware wallets to store their digital assets. Then there are those who use one of the oldest methods in the book — the paper wallet. The tried and true paper wallet technique is a convenient way to store…

Bitcoin Cash Community Sees OP_Code Innovation After Upgrade

Bitcoin Cash Community Sees OP_Code Innovation After Upgrade

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It’s been well over a day since the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network upgraded its protocol, and the consensus rules now come with a 32MB block size. Although the block size increase is quite a feat, BCH developers have also expanded the network’s default data-carrier-size to 220 Bytes and re-enabled some old Satoshi OP_Codes that were…