Category Archives: Taiwan

Bitquick 1 – We Never Have to Deal with Fiat Currency

Bitquick

There are so many risks associated with currency and financial system stability. By offering some basic bitcoin protections, BitQuick aims to serve the underbanked market while positioning itself as more secure and convenient than competitors. Coin News Asia had the chance to speak with Jad Mubaslat of Bitquick to explore on this venture more. Coin News Asia: Hi Jad, let’s […]

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Bitcoin Is Now Illegal in Taiwan, $2 Million Paid to Kidnappers

Bitcoin Banned in Taiwan

With good movement going on in Taiwan for bitcoin as the cryptocurrency reaches a decent amount of convenience stores, the declaration made by the Chairman of the Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) Tseng Ming-chung 曾銘宗 to make bitcoin illegal in the country this Monday has drawn the cryptocurrency a close in its involvement in further Taiwanese businesses. When Chairman Tseng was […]

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Maicoin: We Wish the Taiwanese Government Would Step Forward for Bitcoin

Bitcoin Taiwan

When it comes to Taiwanese startups, a real player in the cryptocurrency scene is Maicoin which recently introduced Bitcoin transactions to convenience stores in the country. Coin News Asia had the chance to speak with Nick Chang on this remarkable company. Coin News Asia: Hi, Nick. How did you guys mount Maicoin? Nick Chang: It took us 6 months to […]

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Maicoin Pushes Convenience through Bitcoin Market Integrations

Maicoin

Maicoin, a Taiwanese startup, has propelled a framework that lets clients purchase bitcoin at 10,000 convenience stores in the region, both over the counter and at in-store terminals. It’s founder and CEO Alex Liu has stated that outside specialists utilising bitcoin for settlements would profit by the over-the-counter administration, as it doesn’t oblige clients to have a financial balance. It seems […]

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