Bitcoin News Mash-Up: Disqus, Nasdaq, Caribbean Enter Bitcoin Club

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Bitcoin News Mash-Up

Following are the major Bitcoin news of the day

Disqus Incorporates ChangeTip to Allow Bitcoin Tipping

Online feedback service platform Disqus recently surprised netizens by silently incorporating with ChangeTip, a step that will now allows users to tip others in Bitcoin. The report first came to light when ChangeTip VP Victoria Van Eyk, tipped one of the CoinDesk readers demanding the exact tipping service for Disqus.

Bitcoin Startup Using Nasdaq Trading Technology

US stock market giant Nasdaq recently announced an agreement with a new Bitcoin startup that allows them to access the former’s trading technology X-Stream. The step eventually added another brick to the foundation of Wall-Street-Bitcoin relationship, and is likely to attract more investors to invest in digital currency assets.

Caribbean Soon to Have its First Bitcoin Exchange

Bitcoin Exchange BITT is all set to mark its foundation in Caribbean, a step that will make it the first digital currency trading platform ever to set foot in the region. As per the available information, the exchange is hoping to attract a huge section of people in Caribbean who either are unbanked or underbanked. It also means to provide an alternative to the region’s traditional banking system, eventually to cut unnecessary costs from cross border remittence services.

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