Chinese Merchants in Moscow Convert Most of Their Cash to Crypto (news.bitcoin.com)

Chinese traders in Moscow’s huge wholesale bazaars have become the most active buyers and sellers of cryptocurrency in the Russian capital. The retail turnover there is estimated at almost $ 10 billion a month. Authorities say that most of it is converted to cryptocurrencies and sent back to China where it‘s exchanged to yuan.   
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PSA: Merchants, don't forget to update OpenStreetMaps (reddit.com)

All these apps and websites that show local bitcoin merchants seem to use this same database, so adding Bitcoin as an accepted payment method on OpenStreetMaps will add a ton of visibility. Customers/anyone can add the info too. I know there are a lot more merchants accepting bitcoin than what shows up now. As a bonus, OpenStreetMaps is a great open Google alternative. https://www.openstreetmap.org/ Editor interfaces:…

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FX Aggregator B2Broker Launches Cryptocurrency Payment Gateway for Merchants (news.bitcoin.com)

More retail forex brokers around the world can now offer their clients the option to fund their trading accounts with cryptocurrency. A tech provider from the FX industry, B2Broker, has created a simple platform for the online businesses to roll out.
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