Bitcoin Worldwide Acceptance Monitor

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C Costigan
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Here you will find all the latest news pertaining to Bitcoin's worldwide acceptance.  Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies now account for upwards of 70% of all funding at many online gambling sites operating in restrictive (or highly regulated) markets.  Many online gambling sites now offer the ability to open a wagering account and place bets anonymously with just a valid email and/or text number.  The number of Blockchain wallets has been growing since the creation of the Bitcoin virtual currency in 2009, reaching over 40 million Blockchain wallet users at the end of June 2019.  Approximately 11% of the world's population currently use Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to transfer funds.

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Nation-States Will Unveil Their Own Digital Currencies

(December 31, 2019) - The likes of the UAE, Japan, Sweden, Russia, Estonia and France have all announced plans for their own regulated state-issued digital currencies. In France’s case, they’re looking to start laying the foundations by the end of the first quarter of 2020. But it looks like China might beat them to the punch.

Why the sudden urge from states to get into crypto? Pradeep Goel, CEO of blockchain-based health care platform Solve.Care, believes there are a range of efficiency gains from implementing crypto inside the state’s apparatus.

“Although governments around the world remain centralized, there is still an opportunity to incorporate decentralization into certain aspects,” he said. “In 2020, we will certainly see further government integration of blockchain technology in order to process large quantities of data between agencies, services and administrative bodies.

However, Florian Glatz, co-founder of tokenized real estate firm Fundament Securities, pointed to Facebook’s Libra
as the catalyst that’s stirred countries into action. “Hype and contention around Libra will not abate, [but it will] help to strong-arm governments into developing an alternative,” he said.


Hopes of Cryptocurrency Regulation in India

(September 15, 2019) - A member of the upper house of the Indian parliament has given the crypto community some advice on what can be done to influence the government’s crypto decisions. He encourages anyone to reach out to him and discuss their concerns, including issues related to the draft bill to ban cryptocurrencies in India. His words and suggestions have given the crypto community hope.  Read More From Here

Bitcoin Cash Adoption Rolled Out to Thousands of Physical Shops Across Europe

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