Japanese internet giant GMO revealed yesterday that it soon allow staff to receive some of their salary in bitcoin.
Bitcoin payroll startup Bitwage has announced support for an additional 18 fiat currencies, including the Russian ruble and the Singapore dollar.
Bitcoin startup Bitwage, which focuses on the international payroll market, is expanding its European footprint with a launch in the UK.
Bitcoin startup Bitwage is improving its payroll services for premium customers based in the European Union.
German tech magazine t3n has announced it will allow employees to receive a portion of their salary in bitcoin.
Bitcoin payment startup PEY has raised €300,000 ($339,780) in seed funding for a new payroll service.
Bitwage has launched a new bitcoin-based payroll product that allows American companies to pay employees outside the US in their local currency.
Payroll service provider Bitwage has announced a service that allows anyone to receive part of their wages in bitcoin.
A small but growing number of companies are taking advantage of bitcoin payroll services.
A new survey by Bitwage has assessed the industry's interest in using bitcoin payroll solutions.