Bitcoin Daily: CoinJar Launches Crypto Mastercard
CoinJar Card, a Mastercard product that allows users to spend their crypto like cash, has been rolled out in Australia, according to a company blog.
With the card, users will be able to spend the money in their CoinJar to make purchases.
Users will be able to select the cryptocurrency they wish to spend and it will automatically be converted to Australian dollars during a transaction.
The company claims that the CoinJar card has no activation fee and has a low 1% transaction fee.
IT service provider Canaan has announced that it has a sales order for 4,000 bitcoin mining machines from HIVE Blockchain Technologies, according to a press release.
The company plans to deliver the order in two parts of 2,000 each over the next 60 days.
HIVE has also previously ordered 6,400 Canaan Avalon 1246 miners, which have an overall operational hash power of 576 PH / s.
HIVE, headquartered in Vancouver, employs a green energy strategy as well as an environmental and social governance (ESG) strategy, and the company works to bring traditional capital markets closer to digital currency industries and of the blockchain.
The NOWPayments crypto gateway has deployed a mass payment solution, which will send as many crypto payments as needed to as many people as you want, a press release said.
The feature will be available to any business looking to set up a crypto-powered payroll system.
Mass payments can work with crypto-based payroll, allowing employers to send wages or parts of wages or bonuses to those who work for them.
A bill from Pennsylvania proposed a new task force for digital currency issues, according to a report from CoinGeek.
This is in line with the state’s overall move towards the adoption of digital currencies.
Bill HB1724 would create a task force to examine how the impact of digital currencies would play out in the state if enacted, the report says, including how much and what currencies could be traded in the state and what programs exchange would be allowed. to work there.