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Mass adoption looms as South America’s second-largest company accepts crypto payments

On April 28, MercadoLibre (MELI), the largest Latin American online marketplace, launched a real estate section dedicated to cryptocurrencies. Although the company does not settle property transactions directly, it legitimizes the category as a payment system. The $81 billion retailer is the second largest company in South America and is present

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How Bitcoin of America’s ATM Host Program has Helped Hundreds of Local Businesses

The flagship cryptocurrency, Bitcoin has once again proven itself to be the most valuable asset as it continues to maintain a bullish trend after briefly breaching the $40,000 mark. The rising price of the digital asset combined with the need for alternative investments amid the current tumultuous market conditions has

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How Bitcoin of America’s Robust Compliance Program Made Possible the Restitution of Half a Million Dollars to Fraud Victims

Robust and effective compliance programs for virtual asset exchanges such as Bitcoin of America, which owns and operates a crypto exchange platform as well as a nationwide network of bitcoin ATM locations, isn’t simply a matter of operating a system for CIP, KYC, and AML procedures.An interview with Bitcoin

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‘America’s Got Talent’ Silence on BLM Makes Discrimination Lawsuit Unsurprising

“America’s Got Talent” is being sued by Gabrielle Union for discrimination. This announcement comes shortly after NBC tweeted their support for the #BlackLivesMatter movement. Once again, this proves that most of the celebrity support — especially from white celebrities — is performative at best. “America’s Got Talent” is

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Bitcoin Halving in 5 Days, North America’s BTC Miners Could Benefit from China’s Collapse

Bitcoin’s PoW miners continue to dominate the cryptocurrency mining industry both in terms of total revenue and total security spending. Bitcoin miners received $5.5bn in total block rewards, $5.2bn (94.8%) of which were newly minted coins, and $284m (5.2%) of which were transaction fees.These days, almost everyone in crypto-space is

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