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A cryptocurrency backed by fiat currencies. It is 1 to 1 equivalent to the U.S. dollar
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1.00 USD / 0.00012929
0.00% / 2.17%
Volume, 24h
78,710,817 USD
23.86%
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2,950,124,761 / 1.2%
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Tether Admits Buying Bitcoin with USDT Reserve

In a court transcript from a May 16, 2019, hearing between the New York Attorney General’s (NYAG) office and Tether, the sister company of Bitfinex, Tether has admitted that some of its reserves were also invested in bitcoin and other digital assets, reports The Block on May 21, 2019. The Showdown Per the report, theRead MoreRead More. The post by Ogwu Osaemezu Emmanuel appeared first on BTCManager, Bitcoin, Blockchain & Cryptocurrency News\
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Bitfinex and Tether Obtain Stay of Demands From New York Supreme Court

Bitfinex and Tether Obtain Stay of Demands From New York Supreme Court Cryptocurrency exchange Bitfinex and its affiliated stablecoin issuer Tether have been granted its stay of demands for which they applied yesterday May 21, according to a blog post published on May 22. Per the post, the Hon. Joel M. Cohen of the New […] Cet article Bitfinex and Tether Obtain Stay of Demands From New York Supreme Court est apparu en premier sur Bitcoin Central.
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US Telecoms Giant AT&T Now Accepting Crypto Payments via BitPay

US Telecoms Giant AT&T Now Accepting Crypto Payments via BitPay United States telecom and media giant AT&T now accepting cryptocurrency for paying phone bills online, according to an official press release on May 23. AT&T will process bills paid in cryptocurrency using crypto payments platform BitPay. BitPay is a platform that converts cryptocurrencies to fiat […] Cet article US Telecoms Giant AT&T Now Accepting Crypto Payments via BitPay est apparu en premier sur Bitcoin Central.
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Now Is Not The Time’ Rabobit Cryptocurrency Wallet Project Canceled By Dutch Bank Rabobank

Rabobank Goes Back On Its Rabobit Crypto Wallet Project Netherland-based bank Rabobank has pressed the pause button on its quest to build a cryptocurrency wallet according to TNW. The project which started since early last year is reportedly being abandoned by the bank which sought to bridge the gap between bank accounts and cryptocurrency. A […]
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AT&T Will Now Accept Bitcoin For Your Phone Bill

US-based mobile users can now use bitcoin and cryptocurrency to pay their bill thanks to a new partnership between AT&T and BitPay. AT&T Will Take Your Bitcoin Bitcoin’s path to mass adoption continues forward as major US telecom giant AT&T has announced that customers now have the option to pay their bills in cryptocurrency. The addition of crypto payments makes AT&T the first major U.S. mobile carrier to offer this option and Kevin McDorman, AT&T’s vice president of Communications Finance Business Operations said: We’re always looking for ways to improve and expand our services [and] we have customers who use cryptocurrency, and we are happy we can offer them a way to pay their bills with the method they prefer. Currently, the crypto payments are limited to bill payment only and AT&T did not specify whether customers would be able to purchase smartphones and other accessories online or in AT&T’s brick and mortar stores. Customers interested in making crypto payments can simply select BitPay as the payment option when they login to their accounts online or through the myAT&T app. Will Corporations FOMO into Cryptocurrency? AT&T is not the first major US-based corporation to accept cryptocurrency payments as Overstock, Expedia, Subway, Shopify, and Microsoft are just a few of the major multinational corporations accepting crypto payments. Just recently, Whole Foods and a slew of other big-name retailer have also started accepting bitcoin via another third-party payment partnership. But considering AT&T’s name recognition and dominance in the telecom sector the announcement is sure to make waves and is extremely positive news for the cryptocurrency sector. Are you going to spend your bitcoin on a cell phone bill? — Mr.Hodl (@MrHodl) May 23, 2019 As one would expect, not everyone is over-the-moon about the telecom’s new found love for cryptocurrency. Morgan Creek Digital co-founder Anthony Pompliano excitedly tweeted the news and is currently being bombarded by an array of semi-skeptical replies to AT&T’s announcement. Would you use your Bitcoins to pay your phone bill? Share your thoughts in the comments below!  Images via TradingView.com, Twitter, Shutterstock The post AT&T Will Now Accept Bitcoin For Your Phone Bill appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.
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AT&T now accepts Bitcoin as payment for its 150+ million subscribers

AT&T, the world’s largest telecommunications company, became the first major U.S. mobile carrier to accept Bitcoin for payment. AT&T customers will now be able to select BitPay as a payment option, allowing for bill payment in Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash. The telecom company had over 150 million subscribers as of Q4 2018. “We’re always looking for ways to improve and expand our services,” said Kevin McDorman, vice president, AT&T Communications Finance Business Operations. “We have customers who use cryptocurrency, and we are happy we can offer them a way to pay their bills with the method they prefer.” This story is in progress. The post AT&T now accepts Bitcoin as payment for its 150+ million subscribers appeared first on CryptoSlate.
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