Bitcoin Funding Integrated By Brokerage Firm Fullerton Markets

Announcements, Now Accepting | February 7, 2018 By:

New Zealand-based brokerage company Fullerton Markets has successfully integrated a bitcoin funding method for client accounts.

Founded in 2015, Fullerton Markets provides online brokerage services for foreign exchanges, metals, crude oil, and indices trading. The company is a registered financial services provider under the New Zealand’s Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 and as such is regulated by the Financial Markets Authority (FMA).


Bitcoin Buy/Sell Option Passes Square’s Test, Added To Cash App

Announcements, Now Accepting | February 1, 2018 By:

Digital payments company Square has announced that its Cash App has passed its beta test and now supports bitcoin trading for most users.

Cash App is a peer-to-peer payment system that allows people to pay each other directly and quickly. The new bitcoin trading update has been in trial mode for select users over several months and is now available to the public.


Bitcoin Payments Option Restored By Microsoft

Announcements, News, Now Accepting | January 10, 2018 By:

Microsoft has resumed accepting bitcoin payments after temporarily removing the option from its active payment instruments.

Microsoft started accepting bitcoin in exchange for credit on the customer’s account in 2014. Yesterday, it was widely reported that the company stopped supporting bitcoin as a payment method for its products because of the “unstable state of the the cryptocurrency.”



Bitcoin Now Accepted at Japanese Used Car Company Idom

Announcements, Now Accepting | December 20, 2017 By:

Idom Inc., Japan’s largest used car dealerships, has partnered with cryptocurrency exchange Bitflyer to enable bitcoin payments at its branches across Japan.

Idom, formerly Gulliver International, is principally engaged in the sale of used cars. The company purchases pre-owned cars from general customers and sells purchased cars to corporate clients through nationwide auctions.