Daily Crypto News Digest: 7 hot news for 9/02/2018

Dentacoin is extending its focus

Dentacoin, dental hygiene-oriented digital currency has recently managed to drastically widen its availability in broad cooperation with PCP Dental Recruitment as well as Arklign Laboratories.  PCP Dental Recruitment teamed up with the NHS as well as private practices in Great Britain to help the latter to spot hygienists, dental nurses, therapists and practice managers. The given expansion actually enables the blockchain to be of good service to the healthcare industry. In the nearer future PCP Dental Recruitment is about to start accepting payments in Dentacoin. Read more


State taxes will be paid in bitcoin: Arizona senate gives green light

The state of Arizona has just made an enormous step towards accepting crypto assets for state income tax payments. Last night the state’s Senate approved a corresponding bill. From this moment taxpayers residing in Arizona are free to utilize digital currencies for meeting their tax obligations. Read more


Brisbane Airport warmly welcomes crypto coins

In late January Australia-based Brisbane Airport got closer to the crypto world. The matter is that the Australian authorities have officially recognized crypto assets. So it’s just a matter of time before Brisbane will make its previously announced plans reality. Read more


Germany and France rekindle global talks on crypto regulation

The key bank chiefs along with finance ministers of Germany and France have just initiated  another global talks on cryptocurrencies.  The wider implications of digital currencies are going to be broadly discussed at the approaching G20 summit to be held in Argentina next month. Read more


Up to 50 luxury apartment have been sold for bitcoin in Dubai

Michelle Mone, lingerie tycoon and her wealthy partner Doug Barrowman have announced their ambitious plans for a property development worth $327 million in Dubai. The most intriguing detail is that within the project apartments are going to be sold for bitcoin. For 15 bitcoins a potential buyer can count on a studio apartment, while a two-bedroom apartment is worth 45 bitcoins.  Read more


Bosch injects funds in IOTA

Boasting a rich 131-year history, German tech giant Bosch has made up its mind to shift from its still effective old-school business model to fresh crypto solutions.  The German business shark has found IOTA’s idea of an app-driven smart city attractive enough worth investing in. Read more


Puerto Rico attracts huge flocks of US crypto businessmen  

A US overseas territory, Puerto Rico has recently become extremely attractive for US businessmen, whom earned decent incomes thanks to cryptocurrencies. It’s because there they can enjoy a shockingly generous tax initiative. Read more

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