Bitcoin SV trumps Bitcoin Cash in terms of network activity, claims report

The “aggressive hash war” that led to the split of Bitcoin SV from Bitcoin Cash continues to split the two camps and the cryptocurrency market. However, despite the fact that growth patterns of both the fork coins have been similar, recent analysis suggests that BSV is growing a bit faster. Despite it being two years […]
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Bitcoin Adoption: Austria’s Largest Telecom Giant To Accept Payments in Bitcoin & Altcoins

The largest Austrian telecommunications giant, A1 is planning to accept cryptocurrency as a means of payment. The firm recently states that they’re launching a pilot project to test virtual payments at limited stores.
A1 is Austria’s major telecommunications which would soon support Bitcoin, Ether, XRP, Litecoin, Stellar, and Dash. Initially, the option is available at only selected stores which will expand shortly with the addition of other coins, if the pilot turns out to be successful.
Moreover, A1 selects Wien Mitte The Mall, Vienna Kärntnerstraße, Krems Bühl Center, Graz Herrengasse, Innsbruck Kaufhaus Tyrol, Salzburg Europark and Linz Landstraße as its stores to run a pilot project. As per the report, it will also host payments for WeChat Pay and Alipay by the end of this month.
Crypto Payments on the Rise
Jochen Schuetzenauer says that crypto payment is common across America and Asia and states about A1’s plan of supporting virtual payments;
“It is a trial. If it turns out as we think (that this is popular), we will extend our offer,”
The acceptance of cryptocurrency as a means of payment has been on the rise from some time now. He outlines the increasing use of cryptocurrency has made cash more obsolete. Echoing the similar concern, A1’s business marketing Markus Schreiber added;
“Cash is a discontinued model.  With our pilot operation in the A1 shops, we will test demand and acceptance of digital currency in Austria.”
Nevertheless, A1 telecom giant serves almost 5.1 million mobile and 2.1 million fixed lines across Austria. With the pilot project, the giant seeks to understand how digital currencies are in demand and employed within the country.
As per the reports, A1 is teaming up with banks to analyze the price-fluctuations of crypto payments. Accordingly Salamantex, Ingenico and Concardis are three banks that A1 telecom giant has highlighted to sign partnership for the project.
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Bitcoin Price Could Test Bottom of Weekly Range, MACD Turning Bear

Bitcoin price has struggled to regain the same powerful bullish momentum it had starting in April through July, but crypto bulls also haven’t given up the fight and have managed to keep Bitcoin price from falling far below $10,000.
But that fall deep below $10,000 may be coming sooner than expected if the weekly MACD turning down is any indication of the trend change to come. If $10,000 breaks, one crypto analyst says that Bitcoin may fall below the median range toward the lower trading range, which as a bottom $6,000.
Former Bitcoin Price Broken Bottom at $6K To Act As Bottom of Trading Range
Bitcoin price has taken so many trips to test support at $6,000, it’s difficult to imagine doing it again, and potentially again and again after that.
Throughout the 2018 bear market, $6,000 acted as seemingly unbreakable support after each gradually decreasing peak was rejected. Eventually, in November 2018, $6,000 gave way, and Bitcoin price fell to its eventual bear market bottom at $3,200.
Related Reading | Bears in Charge as Bitcoin Price at Risk of November 2018 Style Dump 
On the way back up, $6,000 was expected to act as impossible resistance to beat, but instead Bitcoin price cut through it like a hot knife through butter. Now, the leading crypto asset by market cap may make another trip downward to test $6,000 as support once again, and crypto investors will be hoping and praying that it holds up better than the last time it was tested as support.

$BTC – The weekly MACD edition…
Hows that MACD looking folks… pic.twitter.com/DogFap33VB
— TraderX0 (@TraderX0X0) August 23, 2019

According to TraderXO, a prominent crypto analyst, the weekly MACD is turning downward for the first time since Bitcoin peaked at $20,000. The MACD is an indicator that can help predict trend changes by gauging the buying or selling momentum.
Momentum is clearly pointing down, and will likely drag Bitcoin price down below the upper portion of the greater trading range from between $10,000 and $14,000, to the lower half of the trading range from $6,000 to $10,000. This suggests that Bitcoin could be in a larger trading range between $6,000 and $14,000 for the foreseeable future until support or resistance gives in either direction.
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The crypto market fear and greed index is currently at among the lowest its ever been historically, yet Bitcoin price has barely corrected. A fall to $6,000 will likely break out investors who believed that the bottom of Bitcoin was already in, and given how $6,000 failed the last time around, most will not find much comfort or confidence in it holding once again.
However, other crypto analysts believe that first-ever crypto asset has embarked on its bull run, and a correction of that magnitude simply will not play out. But the weekly MACD says otherwise. Only time will tell if Bitcoin does correct further, or blows bears away with another parabolic rally.
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Ethereum Poised to Be the First Public Blockchain Network on the Hyperledger Consortium

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Ethereum Poised to Be the First Public Blockchain Network on the Hyperledger Consortium
The Pantheon project basically aims to provide a number of Ethereum-based services built by ConsenSys’ strong engineering team called PegaSys.
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Bitcoin Rages Against The Establishment

In true anarchist fashion, recent developments within Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies has proven that Bitcoin really is rising up against the establishment and is giving people access to a brighter and more economically viable future. The truth is, the world is in a bit of a funny place. At the moment, capitalism has caused the banks to have almost too much power. Now, politics and banking are starting to get in the way of each other, which is causing ripples within the financial community. Look as far as Hong Kong to see how political turmoil around China is causing the value of the Chinese Yuan to drop, and as far as the United Kingdom to see the laughing stock that is Brexit, and the impact it is having on the Pound Sterling.
No matter where you look, things don’t look great when it comes to politics and finance, that is until you turn to Bitcoin.
Bitcoin gives people access to a method of financial storage, investment and exchange that is decentralised and anonymous. It’s kept away from the drama of the banks and its kept away from the control of the bigwigs who run the banks. Instead, what you get with Bitcoin is a safe, educated and financially secure community that has been built upon a blockchain that is automated, non biased and certainly not corrupt.
As political turmoil sweeps the world, more and more people are now rising up against the establishment and their set norms and are now beginning to move their own money into Bitcoin, because it’s proving itself to be a bit of a safe haven. None of this has been so evident until recently, when Bitcoin embarked on a bull run up to and exceeding $12,000.00 during the political turmoil mentioned in China, the United Kingdom and across the United States. People have turned to the blockchain and have started to buy Bitcoin in huge amounts. This is great for our economy, and it’s also great for those who are taking back control from the establishment. 
Last year, it did look as if all positive feeling towards Bitcoin has disappeared, now though with recent events in mind, this industry feels like it’s turning back to its roots and that finally, Bitcoin has remembered where it came from, it’s remembered what it’s for and finally, so have the people.
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Scammer Ordered to Forfeit $1.12 Million Bitcoin in Landmark UK Case

A scammer who sold people’s personal details on the dark web has been ordered to forfeit $1.12 million worth of Bitcoin. Grant West, also known as “Courvoisier “, gathered sensitive information about individuals using a phishing scam targeting a popular online takeaway ordering service and other well-known British retailers.
The investigation and subsequent confiscation is the reportedly the first time that the Metropolitan Police have seized cryptocurrency from an individual. Precise details of how West stored the digital currency are not known at present.
Met. Police Seize Bitcoin from Phishing Scam Artist
According to a report in UK news publication the Daily Mail, Grant West launched his phishing campaign against users of the food delivery online middleman Just-Eat. He also targeted customers of other popular British retailers, including Asda, Uber, and Argos.
Just Eat customers was one group West targeted with his scam.
The scam ran between August and December, 2015. West would email victims offering money off vouchers in return for them answering questions relating to their accounts. Naturally, the emails were made to look as much like they came from the companies in question as possible. This lent an air of greater legitimacy to the correspondence.
Once he had taken details from a victim, West sold them for Bitcoin via the now-defunct Dark Web marketplace, AlphaBay. On the platform, he went by the name of “Courvoisier”.
West was arrested in May for a string of offences relating the the phishing scam. On a police raid, the authorities found digital storage devices containing almost 80 million password and username combinations, as well as the credit card details of 63,000 users,
Also during the raids, police seized almost $2 million worth of Bitcoin. The value of the confiscated cryptocurrency has since decreased to approximately $1.2 million. The Metropolitan Police claim this to be the first seizure of its kind in the UK.
A UK court today ordered that West must pay back individuals and businesses impacted by the phishing scam. The prosecutor, Kevin Barry, stated:
“I therefore order confiscation of that amount, £915,305.77, to be paid by way of confiscation to losers or be jailed for four years.”
He added that West was no longer in control of the assets in question.
It is not clear how exactly West stored his cryptocurrency. However, it appears that he must have practised less than perfect personal security measures.
For authorities to have access to his cache of digital assets, they must first have found the private key or seed phrase associated with his storage solution. When stored optimally, cryptocurrency would require extortion or physical coercion to confiscate.
 
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“Altcoins Still Have A Long Road To Travel” says Famous Crypto Analyst

The crypto sphere has always been an interesting arena for discussions and several opinions and analysis make it even more of an interesting affair.
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Recently, a famous crypto trader, analyst, and Bitcoin investor, Willy Woo has come up with an interesting case. He claims that, although Bitcoin’s technology is old, no other crypto asset has the potential to come close to the Lindy Effect that Bitcoin has established. As per the Lindy effect, the mortality rate decreases with time. Interestingly, with Bitcoin hogging all the limelight it recently proved CNBC’s Brian Kelly Bearish stance to be false and reclaimed its support above $10,000
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He further asserted that when it comes to an investor’s point of view, the key deciding factor is –utility. In order, to establish the Lindy Effect, greater liquidity and longevity is needed. More importantly, Bitcoin will continue to assert dominance owing to its pre-established market value.
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In a sardonic laugh, he mocked altcoins and said that altcoins owe their presence to people staking their assets in them. Furthermore, they lack utility valuation.
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His tweets garnered some interesting responses from the crypto community, one of them even compared altcoins to comets. He laid special emphasis on Lindy effect and said it’s all just a matter of achieving the Lindy effect and only a few coins have achieved it.
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Woo then traced back to the 2017 shitcoin boom and mentioned how altcoins lost 90-99% of their satoshi value.
Altcoins and the Cryptosphere
With all this being said, altcoins have indeed had a tough time surviving the crypto winters and reclaiming their space. Notwithstanding Bitcoin’s valuation, altcoins do have their fair share of achievements, be it related to their blockchains or price trends.
In another news reported, by Coingape Siam Commercial Bank Thailand has officially agreed to use Ripple to power cross-border payments through its Easy Pay app.
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Telx Technologies launches world’s first crypto-facilitating SIM card

Telecommunications company Telx Technologies has announced the launch of a SIM card which can be used to transact cryptocurrencies via SMS. The agenda behind the project is to enable people to send money internationally without the need for a smartphone, Internet connection or wallet app/address. According to Telx, its launch will be the world’s first […]
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CNBC Analyst Slams Facebook Libra, Champions Bitcoin

Since the announcement of Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency, the crypto market and even the tech sector has never been the same. It’s got regulators up in arms about Bitcoin, crypto assets are crashing, and the project may not ever even see the light of day. Even partners have started to abandon the project.
The topic came up during a recent segment on CNBC’s Squawk Box, and one of the show’s hosts went on a rant, slamming Facebook’s crypto project while championing Bitcoin for having more desirable qualities than Libra.
Joe Squawk: Bitcoin is Decentralized, Libra Is Controlled By Zuckerberg
Bitcoin is arguably the most powerful piece of technology the world has ever seen. Its significance is undeniable, and those who are skeptical tend to come around eventually once they dive under the surface and gain a deeper understanding of the crypto asset’s potential.
Related Reading | CNBC Host Pushes Bitcoin, Cites Halving and Scarcity As Catalyst for $55K BTC 
CNBC Squawk Box host Joe Kernen is the perfect example of a Bitcoin skeptic turned believer. The once crypto pessimist has been recently seen defending Bitcoin and talking of the next potential price peak occurring around the next halving in May 2020.

The many reasons why @JoeSquawk hates libra and (presumably) loves bitcoin #btc #decentralized #facebook #privacy $FB pic.twitter.com/PTPEZQguRf
— Squawk Box (@SquawkCNBC) August 23, 2019

In the latest segment of CNBC’s Squawk Box, the discussion turned to the topic of Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency – a polarizing project from the social media powerhouse that’s got financial regulators in defense mode.
Kernen says he’s never understood the project and doesn’t like it “one bit.”  He doesn’t like that its “centralized”, and like many, doesn’t like it because it’s “Facebook.”

“I don’t like anything about it,” Kernen said.

He warns that although Facebook claims it will have a positive impact on the unbanked, the company is an intermediary, and will take a cut from its users even if its feeless – by stealing “all your private data and know all about your bank account.”
Facebook has faced a number of privacy-related lawsuits and recently was ordered to pay an unprecedented $5 billion penalty over privacy issues. Bestowing the company with any personal data is a risk, let alone sharing monetary and transaction data with the corporation.
Kernen turns the conversation toward Bitcoin, claiming it has an unforgeable value similar to gold, or antiques – things that cannot be duplicated. Bitcoin’s hard-coded digital scarcity gives the crypto assets an attribute similar to gold.
Related Reading | CNBC Analyst Calls Secretary Mnuchin Out on Bitcoin Criticism
In the past, Kernen has argued that decentralized networks offer more inherent value than even governments due. Facebook’s Libra is the perfect example of how a centralized crypto asset offers the controlling party too much power over its users. Bitcoin was designed to be the first-ever decentralized asset that cannot ever be controlled, nor can it ever be stopped.
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Crypto-Geography: How Cryptocurrency is Progressing in Mexico

How often do you happen to scroll through your newsfeed and bump into some enlightening crypto news from another part of the world? We’ve all been surprised at times and caught ourselves thinking: “Gee, I don’t know anything about crypto in this country!” This article about crypto in Mexico is the first in our series of regional crypto-geography articles that will explore the diverse attitudes that exist towards blockchain all over the world. 
Cryptocurrency Regulations & Economic Situation in Mexico
Officially, Mexican Fintech companies should be having a hard time of it following the passage of the country’s Fintech Act into law on March 9, 2018. The regulatory measures were driven by Banxico, the central bank of Mexico, which has been striving to take over control of crypto-related activities and keep finance at home. This has left coin developers looking for roundabout ways to operate. The subsequent cat-and-mouse game between crypto entrepreneurs and regulators may seem amusing on the surface, but let’s take a closer look at the consequences of the restrictive Banxico policy.
Tomas Alvarez, general manager of the Mexican Volabit Stock Exchange, gave an interview about what he calls this “catch-22 type of situation”. He explained why the new rules are rather blurred and contradictory. For example, according to the regulations, institutions can now use cryptocurrency to make transactions only after they are authorized by the Bank of Mexico to do so. However, in secondary legislation, the Bank of Mexico has effectively stipulated that regulated financial companies are not allowed to offer clients any cryptocurrencies services at all. 
Alvarez adds that on the one hand, the law seems to want to establish a framework for regulated financial institutions to work with crypto. But on the other hand, after obtaining a license, no institution is actually able to legally list a cryptocurrency, making the operation of exchange in Mexico impossible.
Understandably, the legislation has created an environment that isn’t conducive to the development of crypto. And yet, despite that, the crypto industry in Mexico is thriving. How is this possible? Well Mexican crypto companies are resourceful: every company and every coin is finding its own way into the market by exploiting legal loopholes and adapting to the ever-changing environment.
According to Finnovista, the largest impact organization in Latin America and Spain, the Mexican crypto ecosystem has emerged as a leader among its peers in Latin America and is well on its way to having 400 active startups. The numbers speak volumes: there’s been an 18% net growth of the market, with 98 recently created Fintech startups, constituting a gross growth of 29.3% for the year. 
Here are the top 3 specialties of Fintech startups in Mexico:

Loans — 81 startups (20.6%)
Payments and Remittances — 79 startups (20.1%)
Business Finance Management (BFM) — 52 startups (13.2%)

Loans
Loans are the most popular use-case for crypto in Mexico. In 2018 Banxico increased the interest rate from 8% to an annual rate of 8.25%, which boosted the demand for cheaper and fuss-free loans.
One of the crypto alternatives is Credilikeme, a blockchain credit network with gamification features that provides loans for investment in the Mexican peso (MXN). All loans from Credilikeme come with a buyback guarantee, whereby loans that may become delinquent after 60 days or more are bought back by the company. Credilikeme is popular with Mexicans aged between 21 and 45. Borrowers mostly take out loans of around MXN 3,700 to 19,000 for emergency expenses or working capital for a business. 
Payments and Remittances
In 2018, the cumulative value of money transfers from Americans of Mexican descent to individuals in Mexico reached its highest figure to date – $33.4 billion, amounting to what Wolfstreet has termed “a lifeline for Mexico’s economy”. 
To make these cross-border money transfers, a lot of citizens contact Epayments, the largest prepaid card company in Mexico. Their non-rechargeable card is convenient for single payments, as once the balances run out the card cannot be used. The rechargeable card for long-term programs allows people to top up their balances as many times as necessary. 
Outside of money transfers, there are other payments and remittance ideas implemented by local crypto businessmen. For instance, Tokencash is an application that allows users to get cash rewards from affiliated businesses for every purchase they make. Users can pay with token bonuses from their smartphones at restaurants, gas stations, and other services. 
Another payment application that is popular among Mexicans is MexPago. It allows users to pay from any mobile device, be it a cell phone, a tablet or a game console with access to the Internet. Users register a bank account to receive direct deposits from their sales. If a user doesn’t have an account, they can request a MexPago card and receive their sales deposits there. 
Business Finance Management
Crypto entrepreneurs have carved out a niche in enterprise financial management. The companies in this space create cloud banks and platforms that do automatic reconciliation, manage electronic invoicing and take care of accounts, customers and suppliers.
For instance, Wizerp manages businesses in real time. It has 8 modules like accounting, sales, banks, PoS, etc. It is a single application that can do administrative operations, make referrals and invoices, check the number of products in stock, control business income and expenses, streamline counter sales and much more.
The remaining 46.1% of startups fall under the Personal Finance Management (PFM), with 39 startups (9.9%), Business Technologies for Financial Institutions (BTFI), with 36 startups (9.1%), Crowdfunding, with 29 startups (7.4%), Insurance, with 26 startups (6.6%), Score, Identity and Fraud, with 16 startups (4.1%), Digital Banks, with 15 startups (3.8%), Trading and Capital Markets, with 13 startups (3.3%) and Asset Management, with 8 startups (2.0%).
The growing number of these startups and their popularity among local users are easily explained by public distrust of government entities like banks and the high demand for cheaper loans and agile financial services. Where does this demand come from? As the fifth largest country in the Americas, Mexico has big economic potential, and it is not all due to it being the sixth top tourist destination in the world. The country is young (median age is 28 years old) and highly connected (100 million cell phones). A lot of these people have no credit cards and no bank accounts. To be more exact, 80 million citizens lack access to basic financial services.
Buying, Storing and Spending Crypto 
This lack of access is one of the main reasons why people buy and store crypto. Among the other factors are: the falling Peso exchange rate, the tense political situation in the country and the credibility gap. According to Tradingeconomics, corruption in Mexico had an average score of 79 from 1995 until 2018, when it skyrocketed to an all-time high of 138. These factors make Mexico a springboard for crypto demand, given the uncertainty of their own future. 
First-time users don’t know how it works, but they know how to convert pesos into cryptocoins. Proof can be found on the page header of Volabit – a company offering alternative financial services: “Volabit allows you to buy and sell the amount you want at a fixed price. You don’t need to understand how an exchange works. It’s simple and hassle-free.’’ It is convenient for all categories of users: both young people making $20 purchases of Bitcoin to play or gamble online and businessmen that use crypto for B2B cross border trade. The exchange process is simple, anonymous and similar to exchanging money in a bank.
Coins Used in Mexico
Mostly locals deal with Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH) and Ripple (XRP). But there are several local currencies, which indicates that Mexicans are interested in crypto as both end-users and active participants in the market.
Amero. Building ATMs to sell their coin
Using an ATM is probably the most popular way to buy crypto in Mexico. Having your own ATM is by far the easiest way to become a crypto company with a physical location in that country. According to the law, in this case, you can operate under the “sandbox” regulatory scheme. Blockchain-based Amero-Isatek is planning to do just that. It is going to build 8 cryptocurrency exchange offices in different states of Mexico to stake out its territory in the Mexican cryptospace. Amero – the project’s stablecoin backed by environmentally friendly reserves, will be available in all physical locations. 
The company reacted to the new law in the blink of an eye, which shows high demand in this sphere.
Maya Preferred 223. The most expensive stable coin
Another standout example of a local stable coin is MAPR. Mexico holds the top spot in terms of global silver production and 9th place in global gold production. Nevertheless, it may be surprising to hear about Maya Preferred 223 (MAPR). Each coin is backed with approximately $34.000 worth of gold and silver from eleven major mines based in Mexico, which makes it the most expensive stable coin ever with a price about $25.000 per MAPR. There are several Mexican coins backed by precious metals, like Real Silver Coin and Egypt Cryptocoin, but, at this point, MAPR looks like most formidable of the lot. 
Real Silver Coin. Small but precious 
The aforementioned Real Silver Coin is a cryptocurrency, supported by a tangible asset: silver. It was created by mining companies from the Sultepec Mining District, which is located just outside of Mexico City. The idea of the project is to provide disintermediated access to the silver markets via blockchain tech. The company’s ICO launched on August 4 with the SLVR tokens introduced to the market at a $10 discount rate.
Agora Coin. Chili Pepper Currency
In addition to cryptocurrencies backed with precious metals, there are coins supported with other types of goods, for example oil, vintage whiskey and even hot chili peppers. Mexican company Amar Hidroponia offers its investors a cryptocurrency called Agora coin, backed with real plantations of chili pepper. The profits from the sale of the harvest will be distributed among coin owners in proportion to the size of their investments. 
The prospects of the сrypto industry in Mexico
Cryptocurrency is the digitized freedom that the government is trying to restrain. Last week, the Mexican Central Bank published a circular where it proposed new regulations acting under the authority of the Fintech law. The bank criticized crypto for the “complexity of the mathematical and cryptographic processes that underlie digital assets” and the “difficulty for users to understand these processes.” Some have called these measures severe, even draconian, and others have called it an attempt to monopolize money transfers. Above all, Banxico is trying to prohibit any regulated financial institution from transacting with crypto-related businesses, which would literally criminalize crypto. The advocacy group Coin Center published an op-ed stating: “Cryptocurrency exchanges dealing in fiat currency need access to the local banking system. Under the new law, that access will be severely impeded. While the central bank can claim that they are not ‘banning’ exchanges, the effect will be the same.” 
We cannot but hope the Mexican government experiences a change of heart like that of the longtime Mexican Bitcoin hater Agustin Carstens. In his work as the head of the Bank of Mexico and the chief of the Bank for International Settlements, Carstens would often denigrate cryptocurrency and discourage its usage. However, somehow Agustin came to see the light and now he is backing the development of cryptocurrencies for central banks. “It might be that it is sooner than we think that there is a market and we need to be able to provide central bank digital currencies” – Carstens told the Financial Times. 
What will prevail – the restricting policy of Banxico or Carstens’ newfound optimism? Only time will tell. All that remains for Mexicans who use crypto is to keep their fingers crossed.
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JP Morgan to Do Away With Chase Pay App, as Most American Disregard Mobile Pay

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JP Morgan to Do Away With Chase Pay App, as Most American Disregard Mobile Pay
Consumers have been reluctant to accept transacting with phones in stores, but instead, the bank prepares to integrate more retailers that embrace Chase Pay via merchant apps plus food ordering firm Grubhub.
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