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Bitmari Becomes First Bitcoin Company to Partner With an African Commercial Bank

Bitmari Has Applied for an International Remittance License With the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Africa is well documented as the world’s region with the least developed banking sector and the most underbanked citizenry. Bitcoin has long been seen as a potential solution to this problem, and many wallet providers and remittance services have flourished in Africa. Following the success of BitPesa, Bitmari has been among the most successful bitcoin companies in Africa, offering wallet and remittance services to citizens in several different nations. In addition to partnering with the Zimbabwe Bank…

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Bitcoin Mines in Chinese Province Sichuan Allegedly Forced to Shut Down

The Closures Come at a Critical Moment for Mining Businesses, as Bitcoin’s Price Has Tripled over the Course of 2017 The absence of government-backed regulation over the practice of bitcoin mining has apparently prompted the Chinese central government to forcefully influence the cessation of many commercial bitcoin mining operations in Sichuan. China’s province of Sichuan has attracted great interest from bitcoin investors and entrepreneurs in recent years, as the province has abundant access to hydropower and offers huge savings in electricity costs for mining businesses that operate in Sichuan. The…

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Nevada Senate Bill 398 Becomes Law, Prohibiting Tax on Blockchain Technology

  The bill is meant to create an environment that is hospitable rather than hostile to new technology startups, and it is the first one to recognize smart contracts as legitimate and binding. The bill was filed by Ben Kieckhefer on March 20. It appears he did not want the State to follow in the footsteps of places like New York who have generated regulations that harm bitcoin and other blockchain-based companies. The politicians in Nevada overall want the blockchain and technology industry to grow and benefit their State. A Minutes of the Senate…

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