A tiny bank in Slovenia has been forced to stop selling cryptocurrency from its ATMs. Hranilnica Lon only had 15 automated teller machines but announced proudly last September that they’d decided to allow the purchase of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies directly from the machines. This was done via BitIns coupons, which are traded directly for […]
Customers of Slovenia’s Bitstamp exchange are being forced to jump through hoops to meet an unprecedented level of compliance. A widely circulated image, purporting to reveal Bitstamp’s enhanced KYC procedure, has been attracting a lot of attention. The document requests screenshots of other cryptocurrency exchange profiles, bank account statements showing fiat deposits to third party […]
Tadej Slapnik, the State Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Slovenia, is one of the developers of the national blockchain strategy. He is convinced that soon blockchain will be introduced everywhere in Europe; that it will have a positive impact on its social sector, resulting in the strengthening of […]
The government is also studying the potential applications of the technology in public administration.
Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar has charted an ambitious course for blockchain in the European country.
Why Europe is poised to take a leading role in the emerging decentralized revolution.
South Africa is number one in the world when it comes to Bitcoin searches per capita, data from Google Trends reveals.
From Russia to Ukraine to Slovenia, Eastern European countries now hold a major pillar in the crypto space that stands between countries in the West and Asia. …
As Bitcoin awareness grows across the globe, the CoinTelegraph Media Group launches its regional publications in a number of key countries. This week marks the launch of our South African and Slovenia
2015 will be an exciting year for CoinTelegraph. Straightaway, we’d like to announce a significant international expansion program which will take our news to all corners of globe.
Bitcoin ATMs are spreading around the world at an incredible speed.
Telekom Slovenje, the Slovenian national telecommunications provider, has told CoinTelegraph its intention to consider Bitcoin as a payment option.
This week’s bitcoin ATM roundup takes us from Helsinki all the way to the US House of Representatives.