Tag: Payment Terminal

34 Bytes Announces Free Bitcoin Payment Terminal Beta Testing

Now that Coinkite has abandoned their payment terminal customers, merchants and individual Bitcoin sellers will have to look for alternative solutions. Businesses in the United States might take a closer look at 34 Bytes as they are running a Merchant Beta Testing Program for their payment terminals. Also read: Rootstock To Hit Private Testnet This Month 34 Bytes Wants Merchants To Accept Bitcoin It is not easy for merchants to venture …
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Recent Wendy’s Data Breach Shows The Importance of Bitcoin Payments

Credit card information being stolen is nothing new under the sun these days, as these types of data breaches are becoming more of a norm rather than an exception. The latest major company to fall victim to a data breach is Wendy’s, a very popular fast food chain in the United States. Bitcoin eliminates the risk of consumer data being stolen and misused by assailants. Also read: Selling Items For …
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Bitcoin Would Have Prevented Hyatt Hotels Credit Card Information Theft

Malware affecting payment terminals all over the world is becoming a real plague, and also shows why credit card payments are an insecure method of transferring value. The most recent malware infection was found on payment terminals owned by Hyatt Hotels, and visitors are advised to keep a close eye on their credit card statements over the next few months. Bitcoin easily could have prevented all this, but some people …
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European Interest in Contactless Payments Creates Bitcoin Adoption Opportunities

Customers all over the world are looking to gain access to more convenient payment methods for everyday purchases. Cash transactions prove to be quite a hassle at times, and consumers want to spend as little tile as possible on making payments. Contactless payments are an answer to this solution, and this form of payment is gaining a lot of momentum across all of Europe. In the long run, this could …
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