By CCN Markets: Turkey likes bitcoin more than any of the other 14 nations polled in a recent survey by Dutch banking group ING.

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On August 11th, Decrypt reported that in the last year the number of publishers using the Brave browser has grown by over 1,200%.

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Taiwanese smartphone and electronic tablets manufacturer HTC says its blockchain-powered smartphone, the Exodus, will support Litecoin.

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Singapore could be the first country in the world to embrace Bitcoin, one of cryptocurrency’s best-known commentators has told mainstream media.

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Sports teams on the professional and collegiate level have been paying close attention to cryptocurrencies. Now, many are venturing into Bitcoin especially to expand their reach.

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On July 25 it was reported that users of the public transportation system in the Brazilian city of Fortaleza, capital of the state of Ceará, will soon be able to purchase transportation tickets using bitcoin.

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The coming years will be crucial for the future of bitcoin.

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Segregated Witness (SegWit) is mostly known as a bug fix that was needed to make Bitcoin’s Lightning Network work more efficiently. But one of the changes that it brought was an effective block size limit increase.

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According to a press release from July 3, 2019, Coinsquare, in conjunction with Just Cash, will use a software that would update millions of traditional ATMs and enable them to purchase bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

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New York-based blockchain payment startup Flexa has added litecoin (LTC) as the fifth crypto accepted by merchants on its payment network, the company officially announced on July 3.

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