Bitcoin News Mash-Up: New Mt. Gox Report; NETELLER Integration; and More


Bitcoin News Mash-Up

Following are the latest Bitcoin news of the day

Independent Investigators Reveal Fresh Evidence Against Mt. Gox

Tokyo based independent investigation agency WizSec continues to drill inside the solid surface of Mt. Gox, a Japanese Bitcoin exchange that went bankrupt following a multi-million dollar theft last year. In its latest finding, WizSec posted some groundbreaking evidence related to the Bitcoin theft, saying that it was being conducted gradually over the course of two years and was eventually reported at the end of 2013. You can read the full report here.

Coinimal Integrates NETELLER

Austrian Bitcoin trading firm Coinimal recently became the first ever digital currency based startup to be integrated with popular payment processor NETELLER. As per the information available on the company’s blog, they wanted their customers to buy Bitcoin with speed and security using the series of payment options available at NETELLER. The strategic partnership was therefore formed. You can read the full report here.

Liberland Makes Bitcoin Its Official Currency

Liberland, a European country formed in 2013 out of the territorial dispute between Syria and Croatia, recently anointed Bitcoin as its official currency. The announcement came in the wake of nation’s policy of Live and Let Live, where government doesn’t interfere in the lives of people and each one of the citizen enjoys a fair share of the market. You can read the full report here.

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