Breadwallet for iOS demoed live at Money 2020. Las, Vegas, Nevada – November 5, Adam Traidman, Founder & President of breadwallet, the first standalone iOS bitcoin wallet, sent $1000 of bitcoin to Aaron Voisine, Founder & CEO of breadwallet during a live demo at Money 2020. The live demo was successful and proceeded without any difficulties supporting the strong bitcoin theme at Money 2020. The team concluded the live demo at Money 2020 with positive words about how bitcoin is disrupting finance.
Black Friday becomes an ever more popular event with early Christmas shoppers each year, especially during the last decade. Americans traditionally venture out from their homes in vast numbers on this day, to trample over each other in jam-packed stores just to save $20 on a Crock-Pot or an electric razor. The number of injures, both serious and life threatening, not counting those caused by traffic accidents, reaches new heights each year. The internet is changing the dynamics of holiday shopping all over the world, also affecting Black Friday. The problem for merchants is discount rates.....
Exclusive Interview with Gem’s Julian Vergel de Dios from Inside Money 2020. Las Vegas, Nevada – On November 2 at Money 2020 Julian Vergel de Dios, Senior Developer at Gem, a simple and secure Bitcoin platform for developers was busy building an app that enables bitcoin transactions from within messaging applications. Along with Dan Treiman, CTO of Weave, Vergel de Dios submitted the application to the Money 2020 hackathon for a chance to win a part of the $125,000 in cash prices.
Las Vegas, Nevada – Bitcoinist brings you inside Money 2020, the leading global event for innovations in money. Today November 2nd, Money 2020, the leading global event for innovations in money, kicks off. The conference is sold out at 7,000+ attendees that include over 750 CEOs. Leading Bitcoin fintech companies Coinbase and Bitpay are here, Bitreserve, Gyft, Coinvoice, and Paypal are also attending. Conference registration opened at 7am on November 2, booths are now being set up, and attendees are starting to fill the Aria Hotel and Resort.
There’s a new website on the crypto-block that was created to show real people who save money using Bitcoin. The digital currency has quite a bit of great attributes like decentralization, an open source code, and being the first true peer-to-peer money worldwide. Another pretty cool aspect about Bitcoin is certain applications can also save people money literally every day. So Thomas Hunt host of Mad Bitcoin’s created this site and video to create excitement for these money saving features. Here’s what he told Bitcoinist:
To be clear, virtual currency is not necessarily synonymous with anonymity. A convertible virtual currency with appropriate anti-money laundering and know-your-customer controls, as required by U.S. law, can safeguard its system from exploitation by criminals and terrorists in the same way any other money services business could. As virtual currency systems develop, it is imperative to law enforcement interests that those systems comply with applicable anti-money laundering and know-your-customer controls.