Braintree’s work on bitcoins will make it easier for online retailers to take payments made in the virtual currency
The work is due to be completed within “the coming months”, said Braintree boss Bill Ready in a conference speech.
It means that firms such as Uber and Airbnb, which use Braintree as a payment processor, will also be able to accept bitcoins.
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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire star Alan Ritchson was a male model for Abercrombie & Fitch well before his acting career took off. In fact, the model turned actor had no problem showing off his beautiful physique while modeling a line of jockstraps for internationaljock.com and N2N Bodywear, which left little to the imagination.
Ever since there was rumors of Fifty Shades of Grey being adapted to a movie, there was been a flutter. Wondering who was going to play Mr. Grey. It was initially supposed to Charlie Hunnam, but he dropped out of the Fifty Shades of Grey movie.
Mr. Grey will be played by Jamie Dornan. If you’re not familiar with him, please, let us help.
Jamie Dornan was born on May 1, 1982 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. He is an actor, known for Marie Antoinette (2006), Shadows in the Sun (2009) and Beyond the Rave (2008). He has also has modeled for Calvin Klein, Christian Dior and Armani. (more…)
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Analysis provided by Bitcoin BullBear . Another week of very bullish news for bitcoin, and another week of little to no reaction in the market. The PayPal news was unequivocally positive, however there were mixed feelings about ApplePay, to say the least….
Although Hollywood likes to tell us otherwise, being a cop is far from Lethal Weapon-style no-holds-barred crime solving. Real police officers operate under a thick book full of rules and regulations intended to protect the rights of people like you.
It would be easy, then, to assume that you’re safe from getting screwed over as long as you obey the law, or at least keep your crimes minor and private. You’d be wrong. In America, the courts have again and again given the police all sorts of leeway to royally screw up your life for almost no reason at all. It’s just that most of you haven’t been unlucky enough to find out that the police can legally …