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Should You Bring Bitcoin or Cash into Canada?

Image courtesy @KittyBitcoin Vancouver Island, Canada Mainland Chinese use bitcoin to move capital out of China Following the August 2015 devaluation of the Chinese yuan Goldman Sachs calculated that mainland Chinese moved about $200 billion out of China. In January 07 2016 monetary changes by the Peoples Bank of China...

E-Coin Rebrands as Wirex, Launches “Bankless Banking Services”

Bitcoin debit card company E-Coin announced today that it was rebranding as Wirex and launching what it calls "bankless banking services" that bring the benefits of blockchain technology into everyday finances. Wirex will begin offering three main services in March 2016, mobile banking via Wirex app, instant remittance services, and "upgraded" two-way debit cards...

E-Coin Integrates BitGo Instant for Immediate Funds Availability

Bitcoin debit card provider, E-Coin, has integrated BitGo Instant, a service that allows bitcoin funds to be available immediately. E-Coin says its users can now send bitcoin from within the BitGo Instant network, currently consisting of 11 companies, and load their cards instantly without having to wait for three confirmations. E-Coin Founder Pavel Matveev added, “We want...

E-Coin Gains 100,000th Customer After One Year

E-Coin, the London-based bitcoin debit card company, claims to have welcomed its 100,000th user one year after launching. The company says its user base has grown consistently over the past 7 months, processing now over $2 Million in monthly transaction volume. Supporting USD, GBP and EUR,  E-Coin has issued more...
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