Uphold Partners Bitwage to Enable Ether Payroll

Uphold Partners Bitwage to Enable Ether Payroll

Starting today, digital assets exchange Uphold has enabled Ether — the token value of the Ethereum blockchain – trading on its platform after including the second largest cryptocurrency behind bitcoin in its stable of supported digital assets. Furthermore, a partnership with payroll service startup Bitwage will allow users to receive their wages in Ether. With an announcement today, digital currency exchange Uphold has included Ether among the currencies supported by the platform. Users can now buy or convert fiat currencies (USD, EUR and GBP) or other digital currencies, including....


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