Today as of now bitcoin carrys mixed bag with some positive and little bit more negative news. During last 24 hours bitcoin price index looked down southwards and currently trading around US$565 per bitcoin.
Payza: Introducing Withdrawal by Bitcoin in 190 countries
Global online payment processor Payza has announced it is now offering customers in 190 countries the ability to buy bitcoin via bank transfer.
Payza took to its official blog to reveal the news, though this formal announcement followed preliminary tweets from both Payza business development consultant Charlie Shrem and the London and Montreal-based company itself.
Barry Silbert Leads $250K Investment in Indian Bitcoin Startup Unocoin
Bitcoin exchange and merchant payment processor Unocoin has closed a $250,000 funding deal with Barry Silbert’s Bitcoin Opportunity Corp.
The Bangalore-based company has come a long way since launching in December 2013. After dealing with initial uncertainty surrounding local regulation of digital currency businesses, it has grown into one of India’s most popular bitcoin gateways.
US CFPB Now Accepting Complaints Against Bitcoin Businesses
The US Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has issued a new warning to consumers, advising that they should exercise caution when engaging with the bitcoin and digital currency markets.
The CFPB advisory urges consumers to be vigilant as there are risks to consider when dealing and transacting with digital currency; namely, volatile exchange rates, unclear costs, security threats posed by hackers and scammers and the possibility that companies may not always be able to provide help or refunds for lost or stolen funds.