Browsing the "Coins.ph" Tag

Western Union Integrates With Crypto Wallet to Expand Philippines Remittances

| Daniel Palmer

The money transfer giant has teamed up with blockchain startup Coins.ph to enable residents of the Philippines to directly receive cash remittances.

Ripple Endorses ‘Preferred’ Crypto Exchanges for XRP Payments

| Nikhilesh De

Ripple is recommending three cryptocurrency exchanges as the "preferred partners" for transacting on its xRapid payments platform.

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Coins.ph Launches Peer-to-Peer Bitcoin App for Southeast Asia

| Pete Rizzo

Bitcoin services firm Coins.ph has launched Teller, an Abra-inspired mobile app in Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand.

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Philippines Startup Lets Coinbase Users Remit Cash

| Yessi Bello Perez

Coinbase customers in 24 countries will now be able to use a cash-to-cash remittance service based on bitcoin’s blockchain to send money to…

Bitwage Launches International Bitcoin Payroll for US Employers

| Daniel Cawrey

Bitwage has launched a new bitcoin-based payroll product that allows American companies to pay employees outside the US in their local currency.

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Bitcoin Firm Enables Remittance Withdrawals at 450 Philippine Bank ATMs

| Jon Southurst

Philippine remittance service Coins.ph now allows users to send funds for collection at a network of bank ATMs.

Bitcoin Ban Fear Fades in Thailand With Exchange Launch

| Pete Rizzo

Regulators in Thailand are warming to bitcoin businesses, according to local exchanges.

Coins.ph CEO Talks Opportunity for Bitcoin in the Philippines

| Tim Swanson

CoinDesk speaks to Ron Hose to learn about bitcoin's opportunities in the emerging Asian market.

Bitcoin Payments Startup Coins.ph Launches with Two Major Filipino Merchants

| Pete Rizzo

Philippines e-tailers MetroDeal and CashCashPinoy will soon accept bitcoin payments via the startup.

MetroDeal, the Philippines’ Top Daily Deals Site, Now Accepts Bitcoin

| Pete Rizzo

The second biggest e-commerce website in the Philippines is now accepting bitcoin for its discount vouchers and coupons.