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Swiss Town of Zug Welcomes Bitcoin

The small town is already known for its fast growing fintech operations, even being called “Crypto Valley” by some, with 15 fintech-oriented companies being located there. Apparently the town council has hopes Zug’s trend as a financial tech hub continues - having embraced the new identity with this legislative move.

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Why Craig Wright Is Not Satoshi Nakamoto

The news that Craig Wright has come out as Satoshi Nakamoto is still making waves across the Bitcoin community.

But Cointelegraph’s Andrew Quenston doesn’t buy that, and claims to have evidence to the contrary.

When the community has learned that Craig Wright, an entrepreneur from Australia claims he was Satoshi Nakamoto, the legendary author of Bitcoin’s whitepaper and protocol, people started taking sides on the issue. Many believe the evidence provided by Wright. The claim was made stronger by Gavin Andersen, one of the core Bitcoin developers, who commented:

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Global Marketplace Lender Bitbond Joins SME Finance Forum

Berlin, Germany. Bitbond, the global marketplace lender for small business loans, has joined the SME Finance Forum. Through its membership Bitbond aims to exchange knowledge with other financial institutions in the SME lending community and to help foster innovation in the space.

Bitbond provides inclusive microfinance on a global scale. Over 1,200 loans with borrowers from 68 countries have been originated through the platform so far. 32% of the loan volume was originated in emerging markets like India, the Philippines, Indonesia, Brazil and many others. By using bitcoin and the blockchain as a payment network, Bitbond’s users don’t need a bank account in order to get a loan or to invest through Bitbond.

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Bitbond Releases API for Investors & Developers

Berlin, Germany. Global peer to peer bitcoin lending platform Bitbond today announced the release of its API (application programming interface) for investors and developers.

Investors and developers now have programmatical access to Bitbond services. The API lets investors customise and automate the lending process. At the same time the API gives everyone easy access to the full Bitbond loan history. Thus, the 6,000+ lenders active on Bitbond, can now implement automated investment strategies that are based on statistical analysis of historical loan data.

The API has a comprehensive documentation which can be found under this URL: https://www.bitbond.com/api/docs

“The API release reflects Bitbond’s desire to make the lives of investors on our platform as easy as possible” said Radoslav Albrecht, CEO and founder of Bitbond.

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OKCASH HAVE JOINED WITH CRIPTO-PAY

Madrid, January 12th 2016. Such as it was published online in their social networking profiles on January 8th, Crypto-Pay payment platform and OkCash cryptocurrency have agreed to set in motion a series of joint collaborations with the objective of making know the digital market. The integration of OkCash into Crypto-Pay's wallet means the first of many interesting proyects that are planned for 2016.

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Bitbond Launches Bitcoinppi.com: The Bitcoin Purchasing Power Index

BERLIN; GERMANY

Global p2p bitcoin lending platform Bitbond today announced the launch of bitcoinppi.com: the world’s first Bitcoin Purchasing Power Index.

Building upon the legendary Big Mac Index set up by The Economist in 1986, the Bitcoin Purchasing Power Index shows users how many Big Mac hamburgers they can buy with one bitcoin. bitcoinppi provides a global average index as well as local indices by country.

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Simon Fraser university to provide Bitcoin ATMs at internal Bookstores

Canada is becoming a forerunner in the adoption of Bitcoin. One prominent university in Canada's British Columbia area, SFU, has announced that it will install Bitcoin ATMs to its Bookstore locations.

This is inline with SFU's initiative to facilitate its students in buying books. A Canada based operator, BitSent, will provide the ATMs.

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