Dish is now the biggest company to accept Bitcoin

Dish is now accepting Bitcoin! Dish is the largest company to accept Bitcoin. They teamed up with coinbase to eliminate the risk of Bitcoin’s price fluctuation. The idea came from Dish employees who became Bitcoin users themselves. Dish’s COO Bernie Han says that the demand for Bitcoin is unclear but because there is a low barrier cost and virtually nothing to loose Dish decided to start accepting Bitcoin. Dish is a …
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CoinNext is the cheapest way to buy and trade Altcoins

What is it? In simple terms CoinNext is an Altcoin Exchange. It is an exchange just like BTC-E and Bitstamp but in addition to trading Bitcoin to USD it allows for trading of other pairs of coins. It is directly comparable to Cryptsy, however it is fully transparent. What’s different? What is so different about CoinNext and why is it the next big Altcoin exchange? This time the exchange is …
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BitPay processed over $100 Million in Bitcoin transactions

What is Bitpay and how it works In short, Bitpay is a payment gateway that allows merchants for an easier way to accept Bitcoin. BitPay means good news for the Bitcoin Community’s growth. It allows merchants to accept Bitcoin and in exchange it offers daily direct deposits of the fiat currency. For merchants that already have a shopping cart, BitPay’s Hosted Checkout can allow shoppers to pay for their order using …
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Why Bitcoin will not go to $1000

Why? Don’t get me wrong I want Bitcoin to go into the $10,000 but we need to be realistic. What really caused the first bubble in december that took Bitcoin to $1000?  According to Coindesk: There is more speculation today that bitcoin’s November 2013 surge and Mt. Gox’s trading volume’s were built in part on fraudulent trading activity To summarize the story about the MtGox Bot, it simply pumped the …
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