XE: Convert XBT/PHP. BTC to Philippines Peso

Coins.ph: Pros and Cons

Coins.ph is a Philippine-made virtual wallet founded in 2014 by Silicon Valley entrepreneurs Ron Hose and Runar Petursson. It is the first virtual currency provider in the country to be licensed by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) with a Virtual Currency Exchange license.
This platform allows its users to top up prepaid load; send and receive money; pay bills; avail game credits; store and convert cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Etherium (ETH), and Ripple (XRP).
Almost 5 Million customers have been using the platform in various transactions since 2014.
Since it is regulated and licensed by the Central Bank of the Philippines, safe and secure ways to make digital payments, as well as cryptocurrency buy and sell services is guaranteed to its users.
We are subject to the rules and regulations set forth by the BSP and the Anti-Money Laundering Act (AMLA).
Under strict regulatory requirements, we operate with a very high level of security, with industry-standard measures such as SSL connections to AES-225 Encryption.
- Coins.ph Support Team
https://support.coins.ph/hc/en-us/articles/360000274842-Is-Coins-ph-safe
This can be simply accessed by downloading the App directly from App Store or visiting the link: https://coins.ph
Now, let's talk about the Pros and Cons of this platform.
PROs :
• Cash in and cash out are almost available with over 33,000 partner location throughout the country.
Cash In options includes E-wallet (Coins.ph, GCash, Globe GCASH via Dragonpay, PayMaya Philippines, Inc.); Online Bank Transfer; Over-the-Counter Banking (BPI, Chinabank, UnionBank Cash Deposit); Remittance Center (Bayad center, Cebuana Lhuillier, LBC Bills Xpress, M Lhuillier ePay, Palawan Pawnshop, PeraHub, Tambunting Pawnshop); Department Stores (Robinsons Business Center, SM Bills Payment Center); International Options (Remitly, Ria Money Transfer, WorldRemit); and Kiosk Payment (Posible, TouchPay Kiosk, eTap Deposit)
For Cash Out, options includes Remittance Center (LBC Instant Peso Padala, Palawan Express Pera Padala, M Lhuillier Cash Pickup); Banks; E-wallets (GCash, GrabPay PH, PayMaya); Cash Cards (Coins.ph, BDO, RCBC, Smart Money Card); Door-to-door delivery (LBC Pesopak); Tollway Credits (Autosweep RFID, Easytrip NLEX Toll); and Cardless ATM Instant Payout available 24/7.
• No banks needed to make e-payments
• Account Verification through App or website
• Easy buying, selling, sending and receiving cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Etherium, Ripple)
• User-friendly interface
• Lots of Promotion like instant 10% cashback on prepaid load (rebate); P5 cashback for each unique bill payment and P100 cashback for 5 unique bills; 1:1 pricing for all game credits; sending funds to any bank account via instaPay free of charge; and many more.
• Can be linked to Facebook account
CONs:
• It’s compliance with Know-Your-Costumer regulation requires the users to verify private information in order to maximize spending limits. A selfie while holding government-issued ID card is a must to clear verification stage;
• Minimal range of accepted IDs for verification
• Users can’t shop around for best price on cryptocurrencies
• Higher fees applied for cryptocurrency conversion to fiat money
• Higher fees for sending and receiving cryptocurrencies
Based on the above-mentioned advantages and disadvantages in using Coins.ph, it is therefore concluded that this e-wallet is best for any transactions in PHP like buying prepaid load, paying bills or remittance purposes however, doesn’t work well for crypto-enthusiast dealing with trading cryptos due to the rates and fees.
Speaking from my own experience, coins.ph helped me a lot in saving time, energy and money since I don’t need to come visit the outlets or payment centers to complete my transactions.
Feel free to comment down your experience with Coins.ph!
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How To Exchange Australian Dollar To PHP

It is not always easy to send money abroad. Use this site to convert the Australian dollar to PHP and transfer funds anywhere in the world. As it has become the demand of our customers to know how to exchange Australian dollar to PHP, we provide high-performance services to give them a facility to exchange prices between any two currencies easily. Bitcoins xchanger is one of the platforms that is giving complete security and affordable services, making it easy to exchange AUD to PHP with the most efficient converters. Get the conversion rates of any currency that you want with the recent market exchange rates.

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Convert AUD to PHP currency with the Bitcoins xchanger site that is considered the best exchange platform among the customers worldwide. Get also historical data and charts for AUD to php that can help you in knowing the highest conversion rates over a historical period. It is easy to determine the live forecast for Australian Dollar to Philippine peso using this site. Improve your knowledge by getting information about is it a good time to sell or buy AUD. Use the best tools to get the maximum price of AUD to php in the market and exchange services to make the transactions easy.

How To Transfer Australian Dollar To Peso

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Exchange Australian Dollar To Philippine Peso

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Cryptocurrency Terminologies for Beginners

The rise of cryptocurrency is making a huge influence towards different businesses, companies or even simple individuals that supports the use of it in exchange of service, products, investments, etc.
Number of users increases seemingly. However, beginners often get confused with the jargons, known only in the said network. In this article, I will be sharing basic terms that exists in cryptocurrency world:
Cryptocurrency - is an internet-based, digital/virtual form of currency that is secured by cryptography (which makes it almost impossible to counterfeit) and operates independently from central bank. These include Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Etherium, Ripple, Litecoin, etc.
Cryptography - process of securing communication and data in various electronic transactions (such as account name, account number, amount, digital signature, etc.) by converting plain texts to unintelligible texts and vice versa. It is also be utilized for user authentication.
Blockchain - refers to a growing list of record or the digital information (blocks) stored in public database (chain).
Wallet - or software wallet, is where you “store” your cryptocurrency. It is basically a digital program/system/site/app that store public and/or private keys used to track ownership and transactions of your cryptocurrency. Example: Coinbase, Trust Wallet, Exodus Crypto Wallet, Coins.ph, Binance Wallet, etc.
Wallet Address - is a destination associated with the software wallet where a user sends and receives cryptocurrency. Usually include a long series of letters and numbers. Example: qz8wlltmrj83mj2waw6rgaw9wtzqywuc5s3xqm67g7
Fiat Money - a currency that has actual value maintained; established as money; and backed up by the government. Example: US Dollar, British Pound, Philippine Peso, Japanese Yen, Euro, etc.
Altcoin - or "alts"; refers to any cryptocurrency other than Bitcoin.
ATH (All-time High) - it's when a cryptocurrency breaks its previous record price.
FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) - refers to the strong urge or need to purchase a cryptocurrency when the price starts increasing rapidly.
Mining - process of validation of transactions such as computers trying to solve blocks in a blockchain. Thus rewarding new cryptocurrency to successful user (miner). However, mining scams are rampant nowadays. Miners are always reminded not to provide private keys, deposits, etc to avoid these frauds.
FUD (Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt) - this is the greatest risk for investors; A state of mind that often influence when and how crypto-enthusiasts make trades, purchase or hold onto their coins thus affects greatly in the actual prices/convertion rate of cryptocurrency.
DeFi - short term for "decentralized finance" which includes digital assets, protocols, smart contracts, and dApps; is a financial software built on the blockchain that can be pieced together like Money Legos. Etherium is the primary choice for DeFi Application.
Stablecoin - refers to a class of cryptocurrency that attempts to stabilize coin prices, backed by reserve assets.
Reserve Assets - financial assets denominated in foreign currencies, held by central banks; must be readily available for monetization and/or must be an external physical asset. Example: US Dollars, Gold.
That's all for now, I hope this information might help especially beginners who still lack knowledge regarding these terms. Continue supporting #Cryptocurrency
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We at Rebit.ph have decided to cut down our Bitcoin to Peso remittance fee from 3% to just 1%, and earn 0% on the BTC to Peso exchange. Our end goal is to make remittance practically free. The days of profiteering over people's hard-earned remittances are coming to an end.

We at Rebit.ph have decided to cut down our Bitcoin to Peso remittance fee from 3% to just 1%, and earn 0% on the BTC to Peso exchange. Our end goal is to make remittance practically free. The days of profiteering over people's hard-earned remittances are coming to an end. submitted by Godfreee to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

r/Bitcoin recap - June 2019

Hi Bitcoiners!
I’m back with the 30th monthly Bitcoin news recap.
For those unfamiliar, each day I pick out the most popularelevant/interesting stories in Bitcoin and save them. At the end of the month I release them in one batch, to give you a quick (but not necessarily the best) overview of what happened in bitcoin over the past month.
You can see recaps of the previous months on Bitcoinsnippets.com
A recap of Bitcoin in May 2019
Adoption
Development
Security
Mining
Business
Research
Education
Regulation & Politics
Archeology (Financial Incumbents)
Price & Trading
Fun & Other
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Ripple Subreddit Rules, Helpful Links & Answers to Common Questions - READ BEFORE POSTING

You must read our rules before participating in Ripple
Helpful links and answers to common questions will be updated frequently so check back often
 
 
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Helpful Links
Ripple Insights - Top 9 Frequently Asked Questions About Ripple and XRP (Jan 18, 2018)
Ripple’s Ultimate Strategy; why XRP will increase in value
Removing inefficiency of international payments with XRP
Reasons to expect XRP to be the most popular bridge asset
"XRP is competitive now in the USD/MXN corridor"
Ripple's Decentralization Strategy Update
XRP Market Performance
List of Ripple Partnerships and RippleNet Implementations
 
People to Follow
Ripple on Twitter
Brad Garlinghouse, Chief Executive Officer at Ripple
Yoshitaka Kitao, executive chairman, CEO and president of SBI Holdings, Inc.
David Schwartz, Chief Cryptographer at Ripple | aka u/sjoelkatz
Stefan Thomas, Former CTO at Ripple, Co-creator of Interledger. Founder at Coil
Patrick Griffin, Senior Vice President of Business Development at Ripple
Miguel Vias, Head of XRP Markets at Ripple
Warren Paul Anderson, Product Manager, xRapid/XRP at Ripple
 
Hodor's XRP Blog
TplusZero - research & analysis on #XRP
 
Most Discussed Topics and Answers
● The Case Against BankCoin - Banks need an independent digital asset to enable truly efficient settlement
● Ripple Technology → Fast Payments → XRP → Fast Settlement
● Solving the chicken and egg problem - FI's bridging payments with XRP & companies saving money by holding XRP
● Banks hold XRP under a contractual agreement | Build liquidity to bridge payments to raise the demand for XRP
● How the global adoption of xRapid (XRP liquidity tool) would affect the value of XRP
● Besides instant cross-border payment settlement, XRP can capture other use cases, value that doesn't yet exist
● XRP Ledger has numerous technological advantages over blockchain systems that use proof of work
● Ripple is committed to making the XRP Ledger as decentralized as they possibly can
● Quantum-resistant signature schemes - Adding a new scheme is easy and fast
 
XRP Wallets
You need 20 XRP to activate a XRP wallet. Fees can be changed by the validators through the voting process.
The reserve requirement protects the XRP Ledger from spam or malicious usage.
 
When you are sending XRP to an exchange, destination tag is very important.
Destination tag is not needed when you transfer XRP to your own wallet address.
 
● XUMM by XRPL Labs | Developers
XUMM is a free app (iOS and Android) that makes sending, receiving and interacting with the XRP ledger easy & secure.
 
● Ledger Nano S | Tutorial | FAQ | Buy Online | Ripple Recovery Tool
Cryptocurrency Hardware Wallet
When you get your Ledger wallet, you must reset it and get a new set of 24 words seed before using it.
 
● The World Exchange | How to Create a Cold Wallet for Ripple
A free user-friendly and purely client-side wallet
 
● GateHub | Support | Network Statistics
GateHub XRP Web Wallet
 
Tools
Check XRP wallet balance - Bithomp | Graph | Transactions
Print raw information about an account, a transaction or a ledger - RPC Tool
 
Exchanges
The best way to support XRP is to buy/sell XRP directly with your local currency, not with USDT, ETH, LTC, or BTC.
Available XRP pairs - AUD, BRL, CAD, CNY, EUR, GBP, IDR, INR, JPY, KRW, MXN, PHP, RUB, THB, TRY, UAH, USD, ZAR.
You can find the complete list of XRP exchanges and supported XRP/fiat pairs Here.
 
USD - US Dollar
Kraken | Bitstamp | Bitfinex | CEX.IO | Gatehub |
Exrates | Exmo | Mr. Exchange | Bitsane | Sistemkoin | BitBay | Quoine
 
EUR - Euro
Kraken | Bitstamp | Gatehub | CEX.IO | LiteBit.eu | Anycoin Direct
The Rock Trading | Bitsane | BitBay | BitFlip | Bitlish | Quoine
 
KRW - South Korean Won
Bithumb | Upbit | Coinone | Korbit | GOPAX | Coinrail
 
JPY - Japanese Yen
Kraken | Bitbank | Quoine | Mr. Exchange
 
CNY - Chinese Yuan
RippleFox | Ripple China | Fatbtc
 
TRY - Turkish Lira
Vebitcoin | BTCTurk | Koineks | Sistemkoin | Ovis
 
INR - Indian Rupee
Zebpay | Koinex | Unocoin | Bitbns | BuyBitcoin | BuyUcoin
 
AUD - Australian Dollar
BTC Markets
 
THB - Thai Baht
BX Thailand
 
MXN - Mexican Peso
Bitso
 
IDR - Indonesian Rupiah
Indodax | Quoine
 
RUB - Russian Ruble
Exmo | BitFlip
 
ZAR - South African Rend
Altcoin Trader
 
CAD - Canadian Dollar
Kraken
 
UAH - Ukrainian Hryvnia
Kuna | BTC Trade UA | BitFlip
 
GBP - British Pound
Cryptomate
 
BRL - Brazilian Real
Braziliex
 
SGD - Singapore Dollar
Quoine
 
AED - United Arab Emirates Dirham
BitOasis
 
PHP - Philippine peso
CX | Exchange
 
USDT - Tether
Poloniex | Bittrex | Huobi | OKEx | CoinBene | Upbit | HitBTC |
ZB.com | Gate.io | Sistemkoin
 
ETH - Ethereum
Binance | Bittrex | Gatehub | OKEx | OTCBTC | Upbit | HitBTC |
Bitsane | Mr. Exchange | CoinFalcon
 
LTC - Litecoin
Bitsane | Mr. Exchange
 
BTC - Bitcoin
Kraken | Bitstamp | Bitfinex | CEX.IO | Gatehub | Binance | Poloniex | Bittrex |
HitBTC | OKEx | Upbit | Huobi | BTCTurk | BTC Markets | CoinEgg | Exmo |
ZB.com | OTCBTC | Coinrail | Bits Blockchain | Triple Dice Exchange | Indodax |
Exrates | Qryptos | Gate.io | Bitsane | Bitso | Ovis | BCEX | BitBay |
Mr. Exchange | Orionx | CoinFalcon | Abucoins | BitFlip | LakeBTC | Coinbe
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FREE Crypto Tax Reporting with CryptoTax International

We have launched CryptoTax International to make tax reporting easier for the users in any country of the world!
So far CryptoTax was available for the taxpayers in Germany and Switzerland as a country-specific crypto tax reporting solution developed and certified by KPMG, one of the “Big 4” major accounting firms. However we see a need for tax reporting in other countries, where we do not offer country specific tax reporting yet. Therefore we have launched a comprehensive tax reporting solution for the users in any country in the world!
The best is that we offer FREE Early Access to CryptoTax International, for which you can sign-up here.

Tax reports

Our goal is to assist our users in all situations arising from any activity related to cryptos. Hence our solution covers every transaction you could have as a crypto investor, trader or user:
What you get is a comprehensive set of reports with categorized summaries and transaction statements.
You can find an example report here.

Data import

We feel the pain in getting in all the data, trading is much more fun than tracking, right? Hence we make the import process as easy as possible, while preserving high data quality required for tax reporting.
With CryptoTax you can directly import your data from 20+ exchanges including:
We also continuously add new exchanges and you can use our template to add transactions from any source.

Report in your local currency

We partner with CoinMarketCap to provide the most comprehensive and reliable set of exchange rates for 8.000+ crypto assets.
CryptoTax also support 30+ fiat currencies for automated conversion and reporting in your local currency:

Our goal is to make the tax reporting of cryptos easy and let you focus on things that make more fun!

Your CryptoTax Team
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Bitcoin saved my ass in South East Asia

A week ago I went to the Philippines from Taiwan for a short visa run. I exchanged some Taiwan dollars to Pesos at the government-run Bank of Taiwan and got ripped off big time (the spread was 30%).
Anyway, I ran out of money in a few days and heard of Coins.ph. They let you instantly cash out bitcoins at particular ATMs with no debit/credit card needed. I always carry around $100 worth of BTC in my wallet so I gave it a try.
I sent ~$60 over to my Coins.ph wallet, sold it for Filipino pesos, went to the nearest ATM, typed in some codes and got 3200 pesos for almost the same exchange rate as found on google. The difference was only 2.8% which I thought was fair given my other choice was to become a beggar.
We're still far from using Bitcoin for everyday stuff but it proves to be very helpful regardless (unlike bankster that can't wait to fuck you over).
Just wanted to share my experience with you guys.
Btw here's the link explaining the whole process.
tdlr; went to the Philippines, ran out of money, sold bitcoins for pesos, survived.
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FREE Crypto Tax Reporting with CryptoTax International

We have launched CryptoTax International to make tax reporting easier for the users in any country of the world!
So far CryptoTax was available for the taxpayers in Germany and Switzerland as a country-specific crypto tax reporting solution developed and certified by KPMG, one of the “Big 4” major accounting firms. However we see a need for tax reporting in other countries, where we do not offer country specific tax reporting yet. Therefore we have launched a comprehensive tax reporting solution for the users in any country in the world!
The best is that we offer FREE Early Access to CryptoTax International, for which you can sign-up here.

Tax reports

Our goal is to assist our users in all situations arising from any activity related to cryptos. Hence our solution covers every transaction you could have as a crypto investor, trader or user:
What you get is a comprehensive set of reports with categorized summaries and transaction statements.
You can find an example report here.

Data import

We feel the pain in getting in all the data, trading is much more fun than tracking, right? Hence we make the import process as easy as possible, while preserving high data quality required for tax reporting.
With CryptoTax you can directly import your data from 20+ exchanges including:
We also continuously add new exchanges and you can use our template to add transactions from any source.

Report in your local currency

We partner with CoinMarketCap to provide the most comprehensive and reliable set of exchange rates for 8.000+ crypto assets.
CryptoTax also support 30+ fiat currencies for automated conversion and reporting in your local currency:
Our goal is to make the tax reporting of cryptos easy and let you focus on things that make more fun!
Your CryptoTax Team
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FREE Crypto Tax Reporting with CryptoTax International

We have launched CryptoTax International to make tax reporting easier for the users in any country of the world!
So far CryptoTax was available for the taxpayers in Germany and Switzerland as a country-specific crypto tax reporting solution developed and certified by KPMG, one of the “Big 4” major accounting firms. However we see a need for tax reporting in other countries, where we do not offer country specific tax reporting yet. Therefore we have launched a comprehensive tax reporting solution for the users in any country in the world!
The best is that we offer FREE Early Access to CryptoTax International, for which you can sign-up here.

Tax reports

Our goal is to assist our users in all situations arising from any activity related to cryptos. Hence our solution covers every transaction you could have as a crypto investor, trader or user:
What you get is a comprehensive set of reports with categorized summaries and transaction statements.
You can find an example report here.

Data import

We feel the pain in getting in all the data, trading is much more fun than tracking, right? Hence we make the import process as easy as possible, while preserving high data quality required for tax reporting.
With CryptoTax you can directly import your data from 20+ exchanges including:
We also continuously add new exchanges and you can use our template to add transactions from any source.

Report in your local currency

We partner with CoinMarketCap to provide the most comprehensive and reliable set of exchange rates for 8.000+ crypto assets.
CryptoTax also support 30+ fiat currencies for automated conversion and reporting in your local currency:
Our goal is to make the tax reporting of cryptos easy and let you focus on things that make more fun!
Your CryptoTax Team
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I have 100% btc funded my vacation

I'm in the Philippines now visiting my wife and I bought my tickets with bitcoin on cheapair as well as booked the hotel on cheapair again using bitcoin. My wife found a site called Rebit that I send btc to and then we pick up as pesos at any bank or palawan pawn shop. It takes a few hours to process but I sent before I left and had pesos waiting for me here. The last few times I came here I used visa and western union which I probably spent over 200$ just in fees and exchange rate hikes for currency conversion. I used litecoin to rebit and I haven't had to use my cards yet. The biggest bonus of all is waking up to see I my portfolio doing great and I have almost recovered the dollar value of my purchase because my vertcoin , neblio , syscoin and others are doing a nice climb.
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When I travel to the Philippines, I can withdraw cash from my BTC wallet at any conventional bank ATM, with fee's 5 times lower than using debit cards!

Hi folks,
I wanted to share my story of how i use bitcoin and why its a big deal. As someone who has to travel frequently, accessing cash abroad is either a hassle (bring cash, find money changer), or I have to pay large amounts of fees to withdraw at the atm. If i use my debit card there to get cash, i pay 5$ overseas fee + shitty exchange rate + 200php (5$) local bank. So with a typical withdrawal of 100 bucks, i pay about 10-15% fees.
Now in the Philippines, you can withdraw cash directly from your bitcoin wallet (coins.ph) to any security ATM (one of the major banks) for free. So when i need cash, i buy btc via coinhako (0.9% fee), transfer it to my coins.ph wallet. Their withdrawal option in the app will give me a code, which i can enter at security bank ATM and get cash without any ATM card. The conversion btc-php comes at a approx 1.25% fee. So overall i am able to get cash overseas for max 2.5%.
A nice plus is also, that at the end of the trip, i can pay my remaining peso back into my btc wallet at any seveneleven.
Now who needs a bank account anymore?
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XRP Subreddit Rules, Helpful Links & Answers to Common Questions - READ BEFORE POSTING

You must read our rules before participating in XRP
Helpful links and answers to common questions will be updated frequently so check back often
 
 
Ripple Subreddit Rules
https://www.reddit.com/XRP/wiki/rules
 
Helpful Links
Ripple Insights - Top 9 Frequently Asked Questions About Ripple and XRP (Jan 18, 2018)
Ripple’s Ultimate Strategy; why XRP will increase in value
Removing inefficiency of international payments with XRP
Reasons to expect XRP to be the most popular bridge asset
"XRP is competitive now in the USD/MXN corridor"
Ripple's Decentralization Strategy Update
XRP Market Performance
List of Ripple Partnerships and RippleNet Implementations
 
People to Follow
Ripple on Twitter
Brad Garlinghouse, Chief Executive Officer at Ripple
Yoshitaka Kitao, executive chairman, CEO and president of SBI Holdings, Inc.
David Schwartz, Chief Cryptographer at Ripple | aka u/sjoelkatz
Stefan Thomas, Former CTO at Ripple, Co-creator of Interledger. Founder at Coil
Patrick Griffin, Senior Vice President of Business Development at Ripple
Miguel Vias, Head of XRP Markets at Ripple
Warren Paul Anderson, Product Manager, xRapid/XRP at Ripple
 
Hodor's XRP Blog
TplusZero - research & analysis on #XRP
 
Most Discussed Topics and Answers
● The Case Against BankCoin - Banks need an independent digital asset to enable truly efficient settlement
● Ripple Technology → Fast Payments → XRP → Fast Settlement
● Solving the chicken and egg problem - FI's bridging payments with XRP & companies saving money by holding XRP
● Banks hold XRP under a contractual agreement | Build liquidity to bridge payments to raise the demand for XRP
● How the global adoption of xRapid (XRP liquidity tool) would affect the value of XRP
● Besides instant cross-border payment settlement, XRP can capture other use cases, value that doesn't yet exist
● XRP Ledger has numerous technological advantages over blockchain systems that use proof of work
● Ripple is committed to making the XRP Ledger as decentralized as they possibly can
● Quantum-resistant signature schemes - Adding a new scheme is easy and fast
 
XRP Wallets
You need 20 XRP to activate an XRP wallet. Fees can be changed by the validators through the voting process.
The reserve requirement protects the XRP Ledger from spam or malicious usage.
 
When you are sending XRP to an exchange, destination tag is very important.
Destination tag is not needed when you transfer XRP to your own wallet address.
 
● XUMM by XRPL Labs | Developers
XUMM is a free app (iOS and Android) that makes sending, receiving and interacting with the XRP ledger easy & secure.
 
● Ledger Nano S | Tutorial | FAQ | Buy Online | Ripple Recovery Tool
Cryptocurrency Hardware Wallet
When you get your Ledger wallet, you must reset it and get a new set of 24 words seed before using it.
 
● The World Exchange | How to Create a Cold Wallet for Ripple
A free user-friendly and purely client-side wallet
 
● GateHub | Support | Network Statistics
GateHub XRP Web Wallet
 
Tools
Check XRP wallet balance - Bithomp | Graph | Transactions
Print raw information about an account, a transaction or a ledger - RPC Tool
 
Exchanges
The best way to support XRP is to buy/sell XRP directly with your local currency, not with USDT, ETH, LTC, or BTC.
Available XRP pairs - AUD, BRL, CAD, CNY, EUR, GBP, IDR, INR, JPY, KRW, MXN, PHP, RUB, THB, TRY, UAH, USD, ZAR.
You can find the complete list of XRP exchanges and supported XRP/fiat pairs Here.
 
USD - US Dollar
Kraken | Bitstamp | Bitfinex | CEX.IO | Gatehub |
Exrates | Exmo | Mr. Exchange | Bitsane | Sistemkoin | BitBay | Quoine
 
EUR - Euro
Kraken | Bitstamp | Gatehub | CEX.IO | LiteBit.eu | Anycoin Direct
The Rock Trading | Bitsane | BitBay | BitFlip | Bitlish | Quoine
 
KRW - South Korean Won
Bithumb | Upbit | Coinone | Korbit | GOPAX | Coinrail
 
JPY - Japanese Yen
Kraken | Bitbank | Quoine | Mr. Exchange
 
CNY - Chinese Yuan
RippleFox | Ripple China | Fatbtc
 
TRY - Turkish Lira
Vebitcoin | BTCTurk | Koineks | Sistemkoin | Ovis
 
INR - Indian Rupee
Zebpay | Koinex | Unocoin | Bitbns | BuyBitcoin | BuyUcoin
 
AUD - Australian Dollar
BTC Markets
 
THB - Thai Baht
BX Thailand
 
MXN - Mexican Peso
Bitso
 
IDR - Indonesian Rupiah
Indodax | Quoine
 
RUB - Russian Ruble
Exmo | BitFlip
 
ZAR - South African Rend
Altcoin Trader
 
CAD - Canadian Dollar
Kraken
 
UAH - Ukrainian Hryvnia
Kuna | BTC Trade UA | BitFlip
 
GBP - British Pound
Cryptomate
 
BRL - Brazilian Real
Braziliex
 
SGD - Singapore Dollar
Quoine
 
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ASEAN Countries and Crypto: Yay or Nay?


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Just two months ago, Writer Angaindrankumar Gnanasagaran summarised the latest policies and attitudes Southeast Asia had towards blockchain technology in an article titled Blockchain gaining ground in Southeast Asia, featured on The Asean Post. He reported that blockchain technology has “gained significant currency in Southeast Asia [as] many governments within the region have warmed up to the prospect of promoting the integration of this technology into businesses and the public sector”.
Just how true is this progression? Let’s have a look.

Philippines

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On 8th August last year, the government-owned Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (CEZA) announced its latest partnership with private property developer Northern Star Gaming & Resorts Inc. – the development of Crypto Valley of Asia, a fintech and cryptocurrency hub set to be built on the Cagayan Special Economic Zone and Freeport, and intended to house up to 25 crypto firms on its premise.
A few months later in October, Ateneo de Manila University and health-tech company MediXserve jointly launched the AMBERLab (Ateneo-MediXserve Blockchain Education & Reasearch Lab) to research future applications of blockchain in health-tech, fintech, edutech, Artificial Intelligence (AI), data analytics and other related industries.
This year, about a week ago on 7 February, The Philippines, through the Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (CEZA), approved the Digital Asset Token Offering (DATO) regulations that recognises CEZA as the principal regulating authority and The Asia Blockchain and Crypto Association (ABACA) as the designated self-regulatory organization (SRO) that will implement and enforce the new DATO regulations.
The rules are simple. All DATOs must submit proper documentation, providing details on the issuer, project, advisors, and certificates of experts and DA agents involved. Tokens can only be listed on licensed Offshore Virtual Currency Exchange (OVCE) and stakeholders must submit appropriate documentation with accredited wallet providers and custodians.
The regulations also classify DATO into three tiers:
Tier 1: Assets and investments ≤ $5M with payment in digital tokens
Tier 2: Assets and investments from $6M to $10M
Tier 3: Assets and investments ≥ $10M
Clearly, unlike its vague position last year, the Philippines has been gearing up for blockchain technology and has implemented new measures as a result to regulate the wave of digital tokens crashing into the local market. One of the largest banks, UnionBank of Philippines, even announced on 11 February that it plans to launch an ATM that will facilitate digital assets trade in the national currency, the Philippine Pesos. If the Philippines keeps up this optimistic outlook, she may just fulfil her vision of being the Crypto Valley of Asia.

Thailand

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If the Philippines seems supportive towards cryptocurrency, then Thailand is definitely a crypto wonderland. While others were still grappling to understand the blockchain technology and its idiosyncrasies, Thailand was quick to jump on the crypto train in 2018. Within the span of a few months, the Thai government enacted the emergency decree that allowed it to roll out a new law for the budding blockchain industry: the Digital Asset Business Decree.
This decree differs from other countries by skipping the core debate that demanded the differentiation between security tokens in cryptocurrency. Instead, it classifies cryptocurrencies as “a medium of exchanging goods” and digital tokens as “rights to participate in an investment, or to receive specific goods”. It even amended its tax regulations to include the taxation of cryptocurrency firms. For instance, firms raising funds through Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) will be taxed 15% on their income while others undertaking Initial Public Offering are not. The two laws went effective as of 14 May 2018 and set the standard for other countries delving into the blockchain industry.
Now, at the time of writing, the Thai securities and exchange commission (SEC) has granted four operating licenses to applications from blockchain-based businesses applying for licenses to conduct local operations. The four applicants who were successfully awarded a license are: Bitcoin Exchange Co., Ltd., Bitkub Online Co., Ltd., Satang Corporation, and Coins TH Co., Ltd. The former three are digital asset exchanges, while the latter is a cryptocurrency brokerage.
That being said, Thailand’s friendliness towards the crypto trade is not to be mistaken with leniency or a laxation in security measures. While the above four were granted operating licenses, two other applications from Cash2coin and Southeast Asia Digital Exchange Co. (SEADEX) were rejected, having failed to meet the required criteria set out by the SEC.Thailand’s intention to retain a tight grip on the cryptocurrency industry is a smart move on the country’s part as news of cryptocurrency scams continue to flood the market. In November last year, Thai regulators even released their own web-based platform to host potential ICOs, ensuring the country is kept up with the latest projects in the cryptocurrency industry. The reason behind this scrutiny has been speculated by some to be Thailand’s way of conducting research and accumulating data in order to release a national cryptocurrency in time.

Indonesia

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In late 2017, the central bank of Indonesia, Bank Indonesia declared cryptocurrency to be illegal in the country under the Law No. 7/2011 and penned the BI Regulation, stating all financial transactions had to be conducted in the Indonesia rupiah. Yet, despite the bank’s firm opposition against these digital fledglings, it is clear to the world that the Indonesia government does not share its skepticism. On 3 June 2018, Beppebti, the Indonesian Trade Ministry’s Futures Exchange Supervisory Boards legalised cryptocurrencies as commodities in the country in spite of the central bank’s disapproval, making cryptocurrency trade legal in the eyes of the government. In fact, Indonesia Digital Asset Exchange (INDODAX) — the largest Indonesian cryptocurrency exchange — announced in March 2018 that the number of users on its platform had surpassed that of the Indonesia Stock Exchange.
While the bank remains vehement in its denial of cryptocurrency, the local citizens have embraced it. Indonesian media company Coinvestasi has organised the Indonesia Cryptocurrency Festival 2019 that is currently in the midst of its tour across various cities, sparking the conversation about cryptocurrency nationwide.

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Unfortunately, due to the nation’s vague stance, the local Bitcoin market holds less than one percent of the global cryptocurrency market, with only two Indonesia Bitcoin exchanges available for Bitcoin purchases at a fixed rate.

Malaysia

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2019 brings new beginnings and new regulations for digital asset offerings in Malaysia. Based on a notice from Malaysia’s Securities Commission (SC), the Capital Markets and Services (Prescription of Securities) (Digital Currency and Digital Token) Order 2019 has been enacted since Jan. 15.The Order meant that token offerings and exchanges are required to seek approval from SC before operations can begin. However, despite Malaysia’s strict clampdown on ICOs, it appears that the country is not adverse to digital assets after all. Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng stated: “In particular, we believe digital assets have a role to play as an alternative fundraising avenue for entrepreneurs and new businesses, and an alternate asset class for investors.”In December last year, the SC and Malaysia’s central bank, Bank Negara Malaysia, jointly released a statement explaining that the purpose of these new regulations was to make digital assets “within the remit of securities laws to promote fair and orderly trading and ensure investor protection.”

Singapore

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Singapore has always embraced the potential of digital assets and its ability to transform the future. In November 2017, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) released the Payment Services Bill (PSB) in the Singaporean Parliament. In essence, the Bill subjected digital currency to the same laws regulating domestic and international money transfers, and foreign exchange transactions. The MAS also released a set of guidelines for parties interested titled “A guide to digital token offerings”. The document listed on their website contained general advice on application procedures and rules for companies to be legally qualified in offering and issuing digital tokens in Singapore. When confronted with security breaches in major cryptocurrency exchanges, MAS updated their Bill in January 2019 to safeguard the interests of cryptocurrency investors. The Bill proposes to implement a dual-track regulatory guideline for both major and smaller financial institutions respectively.

In summary…
While countries like Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and especially Singapore embrace the future of cryptocurrency, other ASEAN countries continue to sit on the fence regarding digital currency. Vietnam remains undecided, as evident from the confusing debates wranged out amongst authorities and the ban on crypto trading despite possession of digital assets being legal. Laos approaches digital currencies with caution and Cambodia has ironically forbade finance firms from cryptocurrency transactions while creating its own national cryptocurrency. Other countries like Myanmar and Brunei continue to distance themselves from the world of digital assets and remain vague on their policies and governance.
Despite the uncertainty, however, ASEAN is clearly becoming an important market for traders of digital assets. As digital assets continue to gain prominence within the region, what better way to jump into the crypto market than with 1SG, a fiat-backed stablecoin pegged to Singapore’s own fiat currency, the Singapore Dollar?
About 1SG:1SG is a stable coin, issued by the Mars Blockchain Group which overcomes the problems of today’s cryptocurrencies, while providing open, transparent, efficient KYC/AML process. With the key features of stable value and high liquidity, Mars Blockchain is a start-up committed to becoming a leading stable coin in global cryptocurrency market. 1SG circumvents the volatility of other major cryptocurrencies by maintaining a fixed peg to $1 SGD through financial markets.For more details, check out www.1.sgTo trade 1SG now, head over to these exchange platforms:P2PB2B: https://p2pb2b.io/BitMart: https://www.bitmart.com/TOP.ONE: https://top.one/indexKryptono: https://kryptono.exchange/k/homeOEX: https://www.oex.com/indexFor more information on 1SG, keep up with its following social media:Telegram: https://t.me/SGoneReddit: https://www.reddit.com/use1-SG/Twitter: https://twitter.com/1SG_2018Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/1sg_sg/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_p_8y1geOe0lmB4F3i6Fpg
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Introducing Rebit.ph: Sending money to the Philippines using Bitcoin has never been more convenient or more affordable.

As of 2013, an estimated 12 Million of Filipinos live and work abroad, sending $23 BILLION USD annually back home to their loved ones. This is a staggering number: more than 10% of the entire population. Majority of them have low paying jobs and send almost every penny they earn back home to support entire families. The fact that remittance fees are very high is not a coincidence: legacy money transmitting services make an absolute killing because people simply don't have much of a choice. Basically, it is an oligarchy of giant companies that keep the rates high for maximum profit at the expense of hard working Filipinos abroad.
This is where we believe Bitcoin can be a game-changer. Not only can we cut down those fees and rates, we can now allow sending what would be considered impossibly small amounts of money using traditional methods. Today's reality is that if you are sending less than $125 USD to the Philippines, you are going to pay 10% or more in fees and exchange rates. Not with Bitcoin. Sending $50 or even $25 internationally is now possible, and will not cost an arm and a leg.
We developed www.Rebit.ph to make this a reality, and make Bitcoin simple and easy to use for sending money here. First of all, the company is run by a local team of trusted Filipino entrepreneurs that have at least five decades worth of experience in doing business in the Philippines. If you are a Filipino abroad, you can rest assured you won't be sending money to a faceless site established three days ago. We are also the same team behind Satoshi Citadel Industries, Bitmarket.ph, Bitstars.ph, and are heavily invested in a long term bitcoin solution for the Philippine economy.
For Rebit.ph, we are working on future solutions to the fiat conversion on the receiving end as we forge partnerships with other companies that can complement our service by, for example, allowing users to have debit cards that make the withdrawal of Bitcoin to fiat as frictionless and painless as possible. We also brought the first of many Bitcoin ATMs in the Philippines too support this infrastructure. There are plans to partner with Bitcoin companies all over the world to make it as easy as possible for users to acquire Bitcoin as well.
This won't be just a "buzzword" remittance solution but a real company that will concentrate on tackling a real problem in the Philippines. We will be providing a fully supported infrastructure and are looking at a long term and viable remittance solution using Bitcoin in our country.
So far, after doing extensive research on existing remittance fees and rates, we were able to lower the cost of using our service to make it the most inexpensive way to send money to the Philippines, given that you already have Bitcoin or have access to Bitcoins. One important thing that we are doing with Rebit.ph is that we will not be making money off of the USD to Peso exchange rate and will be using the fairest published rate available in the market. This is where remittance companies make a killing, charging around 2.5% to convert your money on the average. We are also making it a point that we are 100% transparent when it comes to our fees and charges, even offering direct comparisons with other remittance companies for everyone to see.
We also know that what we are doing now is a temporary solution. Combined with our other Bitcoin ventures in the Philippines like Bitmarket.ph, we're hoping to close that loop in using Bitcoin to send money across borders. The end game would be that people receiving money will not need to cash out but be able to use the Bitcoin they receive to purchase goods, pay bills, and buy necessities. This is something that will take time, so for now, we're offering what we think is the best way to send money to the Philippines using Bitcoin with Rebit.ph.
Please feel free to comment, suggest, or criticize if needed. We'd love to improve this service and hear feedback. Fellow Filipinos who are working abroad, don't hesitate to get in touch with us. We would love to hear from you.
TL;DR: You can now send Bitcoin to the Philippines, and your family receives Pesos as fast and at the lowest cost possible.
Edit: words
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A more detailed look into Localbitcoins.com data

TL;DR
Localbitcoins.com did 34,000 BTC a week ago, spread out over ~50 local currencies. Check out the graphs!
Summary
Last week I did a short analysis on trades at Localbitcoins.com (LBTC). I wasn't satisfied with the incomplete data Bitcoincharts.com gave me and decided to delve a bit deeper, with some nice data and graphs as a result!
Problem
LBTC doesn't publicly summarize their own statistics, they only provide historical trade data via their API. Bitcoincharts.com does a decent summary but only for ~15 currencies. Big LBTC currencies like CNY are not listed there.
Questions
The questions I wanted answered from LBTC's API was:
Approach
So to get a complete picture I sharpened my Python skills and went straight into the LBTC API myself, scraping all currencies I could find and summing the numbers on a weekly basis, starting at 11 march 2013 (the start of LBTC trading).
My aggregates differ from Bitcoincharts as I believe they take a different weekly cutoff point. As of right now, their new week with timestamp "2015-06-15" has already started even though in GMT terms it's still 2015-06-14. (My next week starts at 2015-06-15 00:00 UTC which I believe is in line with GMT?) In that light, the week isn't over yet, so my data will seem incomplete.
To calculate total Fiat volume, I calculated the weighted USD price per BTC on LBTC and applied it to every currency. This is not ideal, however since USD accounts for over 50% of all LBTC trades, it's close enough. Note that the LBTC price per BTC is usually 5-10% higher than on centralized exchanges.
Data
Summary Graphs
I was going to write something interesting, but a picture says a thousand words:
The top 5 currencies (USD, GBP, EUR, AUD, RUB) account for roughly 80% of LBTC's volume. What's interesting though is that smaller currencies are growing rapidly:
Interesting currencies
Here are some interesting currencies that are trading on LBTC and not visible on Bitcoincharts.com:
Conclusion
I don't know how trustworthy LBTC is as a source. All I can say is, if it's data is valid, we're only at the beginning of global BTC acceptance -- which of course doesn't mean the growth we see now is going to continue.
I'm personally very excited to see hard numbers for Kenya, Philippines, Ukraine, Venezuela etc. etc. even though those numbers are still very small.
Thanks for your attention!
Edited for layout
Edit2 Thanks everyone for the kind remarks and generous tips, true gentlepeople all around! I will try to update the data now and then, but don't take my word for it :)
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Cryptocurrency Weekly Recap

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I recently sent about $200 using bitcoins to a contractor in Philippines from India, and the whole thing could not have been simpler.

Transaction fees came out to about 1%, or less. My contractor withdrew his money using cardless ATM, and this service has no fee associated with it. So basically, I could make an international money transfer without any real fee. The bitcoin to Philippine Peso exchange rate was almost equal to the market rate. I used the services of coins.ph, but there is also rebit.ph, with similar system in place.
So all i had to do was create a coins.ph account, add bitcoins to it, verify my name etc by adding drivers licence etc and thats it, I could ask for cardless ATM withdrawal to about 450 ATM's spread all over Philippines, even in smallest islands. My contractor had no clue about bitcoins at work: he only got crisp Peso notes.
Its amazing Philippines has such a service, because I can't imagine India having anything so smooth. Or any country that I know of.
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Euro, British Pound, Hong Kong Dollar,Japanese Yen,Mexican Peso,Brazilian
Real,Chinese Yuan,Indian Rupee
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Krone, Malaysian Ringgit
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Bitwage Releases Bitcoin Payroll for the Individual. Live your life in Bitcoin, with or without your Employer.

Bitwage Releases Bitcoin Payroll for the Individual, BP(i) and Enters Beta.
Ways to spend Bitcoin have been growing rapidly since 2013 (Overstock, Gyft, TigerDirect, Expedia and soon PayPal, etc). However, ways of getting Bitcoins have not been growing as quickly, creating a downward pressure on the price of Bitcoin at the online exchanges and little demand for said merchants. There is quite a bit of friction involved in buying Bitcoin from an exchange, with lots of personal information and wait time required. How can we expect mainstream adoption with such high barriers to entry?
*Enter Bitwage Payroll. *
Earning Bitcoin during your day job minimizes friction of on-boarding, while at the same time reducing the number of steps and commission spreads. With Bitwage, there is now an easy way to obtain Bitcoins with Zero-Click Bitcoin Payrolls. We at Bitwage recognize that implementing Bitcoin Payroll may not be at the top of every employer’s list, leaving many who wish to receive a portion of their pay in Bitcoin wanting. This is why we are happy to announce that:
Bitwage Releases Bitcoin Payroll for the Individual, BP(i) as of November 3rd
Bitwage allows anyone, regardless of how big or small, Bitcoin-friendly or Bitcoin-hostile their employer is, to be able to receive a Bitcoin wage. If your employer offers direct deposits, there is no need to evangelize the employer about Bitcoin. Just switch to a bank account that happens to be Bitcoin-friendly. No need to go all-in to Bitcoin. Convert as much or as little of your paycheck to Bitcoin as you want, say 10%.
This is a FREE Private Beta. Sign up at https://www.bitwage.co to get started!
In addition, the Bitwage solution will allow for employees and employers alike to create their capital gains reports and file them through our partnership with Gocheto Financials with just a few clicks.
So what are some of the implications of BP(i):
Live Your Life in Bitcoin, Regardless of Your Employer
Everyday, more and more people are looking for ways to minimize their reliance on the current financial system in exchange for a taste of the future. With the current methods, users have to rely on the inefficient banking systems to act as a conduit between the traditional sector and the digital sector. Now, with BP(i), you can live within this modern digital ecosystem without interfacing with a banking intermediary. From as small as 1% to as large as 100% of your paycheck, you can now live the way you want to live. Whether you are a new user looking at Bitcoin as an investment or you are looking for a way to move into the next generation of financial systems, now you can live your life in Bitcoin.
Unbanked and Underbanked Now Have a New Way to Get Paid
Through BP(i), the unbanked and underbanked in the United States now have a way to access modern financial tools, regardless of their employers.
There are over 10 million unbanked residents in the US alone who either cannot keep a minimum balance to establish a bank account or do not trust the banks in general. Without bank accounts, this segment of the population are forced to deal with the fees and friction associated with the check cashing and prepaid cards industry. In 2012, Green Dot, a major prepaid card player, reported that there were more than 4.2 million active cards and $16.1 billion in gross dollar volume of funds loaded onto their cards that year. Netspend reported 2.1 million active cards with $11 billion in gross dollar volume. The costs associated with prepaid card include initiation fees, monthly fees, POS fees, cash withdrawal fees, balance inquiry fees, transaction statement fees, customer service fees, bill payment fees, fees to add or load funds, dormancy fees, fees to get remaining funds when closing the account and overdraft fees. On average, the fees on prepaid cards cost the unbanked and underbanked up to $30 a month depending on the card. In addition, there were over $31 billion in overdraft fees last year in the US alone. These costs are just for the ability to hold and send money.
With BP(i), unbanked and underbanked now have a new opportunity to have access to these basic financial tools without all of the exorbitant costs related to the traditional financial system. Although Bitcoin payroll may initially act as an investment vehicle due to its volatile nature, as the ecosystem evolves and provides new tools to hedge against the volatility of Bitcoin, BP(i) provides new avenues to provide financial relief to those that need it most.
Receiving International Contractor Payments Just Got Way Easier
Over 2.6 million full-time jobs are outsourced from the United States alone. Millions of freelancers contract for companies in US and Europe from other countries, many of them without a reliable banking network or wire-transfer capabilities. Even after international contractors are paid, after all the delays, transfer fees and conversion fees (which total to about 8% on average), their local currency can be quite volatile and not a good store of value, such as the Ukraine Hryvnia, which lost over half its value against USD during 2014).
What do citizens of countries with high (and under-reported) inflation rates such as Ukraine, Argentina and Venezula do to store the value of their wages? They exchange their local currency for dollars as soon and as often as possible. They often have to deal with currency controls and/or a real shortage of paper dollars in their region, and thus resort to doing business with back-street money changers, who charge a premium for their services, say 8 Argentinian Pesos for a Dollar, instead of the official rate of 5 Pesos.
With the creation of BP(i), receiving international contractor payments is as easy as receiving Bitcoins. Use Bitwage to accept the payments in the US, thereby reducing costs for both you and your employer, and have Bitcoins sent straight to your wallet. By the end of the year, we will be offering fully transparent international payments between the US and the Philippines. This service will be expanded to other countries in early 2015.
As we enter Beta, we will initially be keeping BP(i) and Automatic Zero-Click Bitcoin Payrolls free. Charges may apply for features such as non-automatic payrolls with Wire, ACH Debit, and Bitcoin, as well as 1099 Filings and Capital Gains Filings.
Sign up at https://www.bitwage.co to get started in our FREE private beta. For more information, please follow us at https://www.twitter.com/bitwage
Jonathan Chester, Founder and CSO
Avram Kantorovich, Marketing
Bitwage: Your Wage, Bit by Bit
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[uncensored-r/CryptoCurrency] I have 100% btc funded my vacation

The following post by Slickinfinity is being replicated because some comments within the post(but not the post itself) have been openly removed.
The original post can be found(in censored form) at this link:
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The original post's content was as follows:
I'm in the Philippines now visiting my wife and I bought my tickets with bitcoin on cheapair as well as booked the hotel on cheapair again using bitcoin. My wife found a site called Rebit that I send btc to and then we pick up as pesos at any bank or palawan pawn shop. It takes a few hours to process but I sent before I left and had pesos waiting for me here. The last few times I came here I used visa and western union which I probably spent over 200$ just in fees and exchange rate hikes for currency conversion. I used litecoin to rebit and I haven't had to use my cards yet. The biggest bonus of all is waking up to see I my portfolio doing great and I have almost recovered the dollar value of my purchase because my vertcoin , neblio , syscoin and others are doing a nice climb.
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According to our data, PHP to USD is the most popular Philippine Peso exchange rate conversion. FACT 2: The most popular banknotes used in Philippines are: ₱20, ₱50, ₱100, ₱200, ₱500, ₱1000. Bitcoin - Philippine Peso Chart (BTC/PHP) Conversion rate for Bitcoin to PHP for today is ₱636,589. It has a current circulating supply of 18.5 Million coins and a total volume exchanged of ₱903,693,399,584 The Bitcoin is the currency in no countries. The Philippine Peso is the currency in Philippines (PH, PHL). The symbol for BTC can be written BTC. The symbol for PHP can be written P. The Philippine Peso is divided into 100 centavos. The exchange rate for the Bitcoin was last updated on October 24, 2020 from coinmarketcap.com. The exchange rate ... We used 0.000002 International Currency Exchange Rate. We added the most popular Currencies and CryptoCurrencies for our Calculator. You can convert Bitcoin to other currencies from the drop down list. Selling 1 Bitcoin you get 626146 Philippine Peso at 23. October 2020 08:52 AM (GMT). Reverse Calculation Currency Converter by Date - Historical Exchange Rate Graph of change in 1 Bitcoin to ... Convert Bitcoins to Philippine Pesos with a conversion calculator, or Bitcoins to Philippine Pesos conversion tables. Also, view Bitcoin to Philippine Peso currency charts. Get also a Bitcoin to Philippine Peso currency converter widget or currency conversion guide sheet or chart for your website. Get also a Bitcoin to Philippine Peso currency converter widget or currency conversion guide ...

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