Bitcoin News Mash-Up: AirPocket Launched; Indian Bitcoin Wallet; and More


Bitcoin News Mash-Up

Following are the major Bitcoin news of the day

Bitcoin Company digitalBTC Launches Global Remittance Service

Bitcoin payment company digitalBTC recently launched AirPocket, a P2P transacting service based on the blockchain technology. According to the available reports, the Australian company is hoping to provide people an easy and cheaper alternative to other global remittance services like Western Union and PayPal. You can read the full report here.

Gavin Andresen Hopes to Increase Bitcoin Block Size by March 2016

Undemocratically elected Bitcoin core developer Gavin Andresen recently published an altered code of the digital currency, something that would increase its block size to 20 MB. The Bitcoin Foundation chief scientist had earlier proposed this fork to handle a larger number of transactions. However, the idea of forking the open source digital currency wasn’t received well by some of the community members. You can read the full report here.

CNET Founder Plans to Launch Bitcoin Wallet in India

CNET Founder Halsey Minor is reportedly in talks with Indian regulators for his plans to launch a Bitcoin wallet company in this South Asian country. Minor, who has had a successful tenure as an investor of a multitude of technology companies, believes India to be a market with potential when it comes to digital currencies. You can read the full report here.

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