Dear @bitpay. This week I started setting up my own @BtcpayServer. When I discovered how easy it is, I contacted five vendors and clients I know who currently use your services. They’re going to pay me to help them leave you. I’m sure my story isn’t unique. You are ending now.

Dear @bitpay. This week I started setting up my own @BtcpayServer. When I discovered how easy it is, I contacted five vendors and clients I know who currently use your services. They're going to pay me to help them leave you. I'm sure my story isn't unique. You are ending now. submitted by /u/TheGreatMuffin
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Large Mining Farm Discovered in Abandoned Russian Factory (news.bitcoin.com)

A large illegal facility for mining bitcoin was discovered by police in the Russian city of Orenburg. The farm has been set up on the premises of an abandoned factory. The masterminds of the crypto project have stolen electricity worth 60 million rubles. They risk years of imprisonment.   
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Alleged: Bitcoin Cash Insider Trading Discovered Via CoinBase With Potential 8X Return

An entrepreneur and cryptocurrency enthusiast says he's discovered damning evidence of insider trading of Bitcoin Cash related to its recent adoption by Coinbase, the popular digital currency exchange, as well as GDAX, another exchange. "I've found and isolated one instance of insider trading on …
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Just tried to book a flight ticket using paypal. Guess what I discovered?

I live outside of the United States and have a US bank account, but my debit card is expired. My Paypal account is linked with my US bank account and it is the payment method I use when I want to spend my US bank account's funds. So, today, when booking a trip in the US, I naturally searched for websites that accepted Paypal.

I was surprised to find out I didn't actually have that many options (only AA and Southwest accepted Paypal and neither of them had the tickets I wanted). So, I was about accept that I was going to use my home country's credit card and pay a bunch of fees + ~8% in taxes that our local government charges on purchases made overseas, until I stopped for a moment and decided to search for websites that accepted bitcoin, just for the sake of it (I naturally thought there wouldn't be any)

Guess what… I found both CheapAir and BtcTrip with plenty of options and competitive prices. I ended up booking my flight with CheapAir and already got my tickets.

On top of that, this was my first purchase using bitcoin!

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