Bitcoin News Mash-Up: Jerry Brito Explains Bitcoin; CoinJar New iOS App; and More

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Bitcoin News Mash-Up

Following are the major Bitcoin news of the day

Jerry Brito Discusses Bitcoin with New Jersey Legislators

Coin Center’s Executive Director Jerry Brito recently interacted with New Jersey Legislature’s Financial Institutions to discuss Bitcoin and the ills that surrounds it. The aim of the hearing was to ensure consumer protection from the cryptocurrency’s ongoing volatility and thefts. Brito made quite a case against such allegations, and raised the need of having proper hedging instruments and centralised regulators to maintain Bitcoin’s stability. You can read the full report here.

Vogogo to Offer Services in Europe

Risk management and payment processing company Vogogo is all set to enter the European markets following the formation of a strategic partnership with a UK-based company. The company will now be able to offer its security expertise to cryptocurrency-based businesses throughout Europe, especially in times when the continent is busy designing regulations for Bitcoin. You can read the full report here.

Bitcoin Payment Processor CoinJar Launched New iOS App

Digital currency payment processing company CoinJar recently launched new iOS app — CoinJar Touch. The aim behind the launch of this new app is to bring people more closer to Bitcoin payment technology, through a simplified and interactive handy platform. You can read the full report here.

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