Austrian postal services provider Österreichische Post now offers new services using cryptocurrencies for exchange and trading, in a collaboration with Vienna-based cryptocurrency exchange Bitpanda. Continue reading
Zug is a small province of Switzerland that is also known as “Crypto Valley”, due to its pro-fintech and startup encouraging jurisdictions and its accommodating laws and regulations that promotes innovation and new technologies.
After Bitcoin was accepted by Pyszne in Poland recently, Lieferando now also makes a step forward by accepting Bitcoin as a mean of payment through their online platform. Continue reading
Polish largest online ordering food service with a selection of +5,000 restaurants and 880,000 active customers in Poland, Pyszne.pl started to accept Bitcoin starting this month through the Bitcoin payment service provider Bitpay.
While using credit cards or PayPal to order food, costumers pay a 6% fee, however for Bitcoin payments Pyszne does not charge this additional fee. Continue reading
Welcome to “The libertarian Paradise.”
On April 13 2015, 31-year-old Czech politician Vit Jedlicka set the flag of a new European state between Serbia and Croatia, on the western bank of the Danube: Liberland.
The micronation registred over 350,000 applicants for citizenship to the world’s newest sovereign libertarian state. Continue reading