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University of Zurich tests student-made bitcoin-payment system in cafeteria

Posted on 2nd September, 2014

If there’s a single test for whether or not bitcoin is finally ready for mainstream use as a currency, it’s this: Can I buy lunch with it? That scenario is about to be put to a two-week test at Switzerland’s University of Zurich, where a student-built bitcoin payment system is due to be put through […]

Australia’s Diamond Circle unveils cashless bitcoin ATM

Posted on 24th March, 2014

Bitcoin ATMs all share a similar problem: They require cash. Customers pay in cash to receive bitcoin (either in a QR code-based transaction or a receipt-like paper wallet), or they pay in bitcoin to withdraw cash. For a currency that was born on the internet, relying on cash and paper to do business is a […]