For companies with a vast portion of their capital in crypto, having employees and contractors who want to be paid in their local currency can be difficult. Besides difficulties with banking relationships, just the sheer amount of payment needs precludes a startup company from having contractors all over the world.
With last year’s speculative fever pitch receding into the past, cryptocurrency enthusiasts are getting back to simply accumulating crypto. And if you’re accumulating Bitcoin or another cryptocurrency the best practices having your funds in a wallet whose private keys you control. When your tokens are on an exchange
Bitwage, the crypto payroll company founded in 2014, has implemented direct support for Segregated Witness addresses for our Bitcoin payroll outputs. We are glad to be supporting this important improvement to the Bitcoin protocol. Reduced fees from SegWit implementation will allow us to offer users a better value for our
Bitwage's crypto-payroll solution is even more versatile with our Uphold integration, allowing you to receve part or all of your payroll in Dash. Dash is gaining momentum, with trading volume more than doubling over the past year and a publicity campaign promoting its use as "digital cash" and spreading cryptocurrency
This post is only for educational purposes and should not be interpreted as investment advice. If you’re just starting out in the cryptocurrency world you could be more comfortable wading into it than diving headfirst. One of the most popular investing strategies, championed by Warren Buffet’s mentor, Benjamin
With huge gains in the price of Bitcoin (among other cryptocurrencies) in 2017, holders surprised by a meteoric rise may have taken the chance to take some profits in the ever-uncertain crypto environment. Most uncertain is the regulatory future of cryptocurrencies. But when regulation comes, as we should see with