Following are the major Bitcoin news of the day
QuadrigaCX to Create Bitcoin ATM Network throughout Canada
With an aim to provide users the simplest ways to buy Bitcoin, Canadian exchange platform QuadrigaCX has announced to create a one-of-its-kind Bitcoin ATM network throughout the country. As per the available information, the proposed plan will install BitXATM Pro, the two way ATM machines, to help users deposit and withdraw money readily. You can read the full story here.
Gavin Andresen Calls Charlie Shrem and Mark Karpeles a Disgrace
Bitcoin Foundation’s co-founder and chief scientist Gavin Andresen recently made some controversial remarks on ex-members Charlie Shrem and Mark Karpeles, calling them a disgrace to the entire cryptocurrency industry. The comments came during a recently conclude DevCore event at London, where Andresen was addressing the industry’s seasoned and upcoming developers. You can read the full story here.
Dorchester Collection Starts Accepting Bitcoin
Luxury Hotel Operator Dorchester Collection recently started to accept Bitcoin for its new web shop that sells its trademarked collectibles and hospitality items. In its press release, the operator called Bitcoin an innovative solution that deserved to be updated on their web store. Nonetheless, the announcement brought the digital currency before the company’s elite customer base, most of whom are tourists which could be appealed easily by Bitcoin’s benefits over traditional cross border payment methods. You can read the full story here.