Tippin.me, a service that lets users tip people on Twitter with bitcoin, has added a built-in wallet and improved on the Chrome extension’s messaging capabilities.
AT&T has partnered with payments processor BitPay to accept cryptocurrency bill payments. For the moment, the option will not be extended to services other than bill payments.
After securing $4 million in funding, Unstoppable Domains plans to allow individuals to register a domain extension that can then be stored in a cryptocurrency wallet, making it resistant to seizures or take-down requests.
Joining the likes of Opera and Chrome, which banned all mining extensions, Firefox hopes its feature can cut back on illicit crypto-jacking programs that can slow down users’ computers and raise their electric bills.
While Bosch has yet to specifically note what it plans to use the Ethereum blockchain for, early materials suggest the company will test autonomous charging and payment on the network.
After signing an “exclusive” streaming deal with the blockchain-based streaming service DLive, controversial YouTuber PewDiePie has helped the site reach five million monthly active users and over 70,000 streamers.
Earlier in May, researches predicted Stellar’s network would go offline. Just last week, it happened, and now the cryptosphere is raising an eyebrow at the decentralized network’s inability to actually be decentralized.
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A ProPublica investigation revealed that two ransomware companies claiming to use high-tech means to recover victims’ data instead paid bitcoin ransoms to the hackers. Customers don’t know they’re paying extra.