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$2,000,000,000 worth of ₿ITCOIN are moved on average every single day using the
$2,000,000,000 worth of ₿ITCOIN are moved on average every single day using the network. No government, bank or third party had to verify these transactions or could have stopped any of them even if they wanted to! The unstoppable force of ₿ITCOIN 🔥✊
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Salaries paid in BitCoin #Virtual_Moneny#BlockchainLifestyle New Zealand just became the first country to legalize salary payments in cryptocurrencies (BTC) Ben Winck  Aug. 13, 2019, 09:48 AM David Ryder/Stringer New Zealand will legally allow companies to pay salaries in cryptocurrency starting September 1, becoming the first nation to do so, according to a Financial Times report. The country requires the preferred cryptocurrency to be pegged to a standard currency and directly convertible into a normal form of payment. This stipulation allows bitcoin to replace the New Zealand dollar on workers' paychecks. Companies paying workers in cryptocurrency can deduct income tax through the country's pay-as-you-earn plan. Visit the Markets Insider homepage for more stories. New Zealand has become the first country to legalize cryptocurrency salaries, according to a report Monday from the Financial Times. The country's tax agency ruled salaries and wages may be paid in cryptocurrencies so long as the preferred digital coin is pegged to at least one standard, or fiat, currency. New Zealand also requires that the crypto of choice be directly convertible into a standard form of payment. This allows bitcoin — the world's largest cryptocurrency by market cap — to serve as a form of payment for New Zealand workers when the law goes into effect September 1. The decision was originally filed in an August 7 note, which also detailed New Zealand's plans to allow for bonuses to be paid in cryptocurrency. The salary option will still fall under the nation's income tax scheme, and the ruling excludes self-employed workers from switching their income to cryptocurrency. The move brings the controversial digital asset further into the realm of everyday payment methods. Cryptocurrencies are relatively free of regulation, and their untrackable nature helped them grow popular with anonymous online purchases. The move serves as "another step towards governments recognizing that actually people are wanting to be paid in" cryptocurrencies, said Thomas Hulme, a solicitor at London-based law firm Mackrell Turner Garrett, to the FT. Markets Insider is looking for a panel of mi
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Aug 12, 2019 
TECHNOLOGY & SECURITY

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NEWS Aug 12, 2019 TECHNOLOGY & SECURITY by Kai Sedgwick 1 hour ago  How Bridging Blockchains Unlocks Value and Unites Crypto Tribes  Interoperability is a multisyllabic word for a multi-faceted problem. How do you get blockchains to communicate with one another? Until recently, there’s been no easy way to achieve this, leaving assets isolated and smart contract-powered dapps siloed on their respective protocols. Before crypto assets can take over the world, first they need to escape the valley where they originated, a task which calls for building bridges. Also read: Bitcoin Mining Industry’s Exponential Growth Just Won’t Stop The Quest to Connect Crypto Networks The cryptosphere is often described as being tribalistic on account of its factions’ skepticism of opposing altcoiners, whose ideology differs from theirs. Tribalism doesn’t just apply to crypto culture however: it’s also deeply woven into the architecture of the blockchain protocols themselves. Early civilizations were quite literally tribalistic due to the geographical difficulties of making it into the next valley, where strangers dwelled. Until recently, it was the same with crypto networks: litecoin could only exist on Litecoin, dash on Dash, while bitcoin cash and bitcoin core were destined to remain forever opposed, despite their shared history.  Siloed crypto networks are no better than the incompatible rails that define the traditional financial system, resulting in slow international transfers and high fees imposed by the monopolies that control them. If crypto assets are to deliver financial inclusion for the many, not just the few, someone needs to build the bridges and connect the valleys where the various tribes reside. This calls for complex architecture that can facilitate the cross-chain transfer of assets and enable networks to share resources. Despite the magnitude of the task, significant headway has been made in getting blockchains to “talk” to one another. Building Bridges With Blockchains Liquid Link typifies the sort of projects that are currently making inroads in interoperability. Created by Liquidapps, it comprises a framework that enables dapps to be laun
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