Following are the major Bitcoin news of the day
BTC Build Plans to Shutdown by June, Blames BitLicense
Bitcoin mining company BTC Build, which holds an extensive consumer base in New York, recently announced to call-off its services in the wake of state’s latest Bitcoin law, the BitLicense. The company noted on its blog that its services are prone to face financial burdens if they continue to operate under the NYDFS’s jurisdiction, and therefore wants to closedown its operations. You can read the full story here.
Bitcoin Workshop to Educate Financial Executives on Bitcoin
Blockchain Law Firm Seven Advisory is promoting a special educational program, called Bitcoin Workshop, to educate emerging and seasoned financial executives on this disruptive digital currency. The special event is currently in motion, as we write this article, and is sponsored by some of the leading finance veterans like Barclays Bank, international law firm Bryan Cave and Swedish Bitcoin exchange Ecurex. You can read the full story here.
MonetaGo Launches Bitcoin Exchange Operations in 40 Countries
MonetaGo recently opened its Bitcoin exchange services in 40 countries, followed right after a successful beta launch. The multinational platform also became the first Bitcoin exchange business to ever introduce a fixed-valuation services. According to the available details, this service will enable users to fix their Bitcoin value against any of the 27 fiat currencies available on the platform. This fixed value could be sent to people around the globe, and they will be able to decrypt it with an equivalent of their favorite currency. You can read the full story here.