Whats up yall. I’m a teacher and my schoolyear is coming to a close. I’d like to give each of my homeroom students a little “gift” of the equivalent of 5 dollars in bitcoin printed on a paper wallet. Is there any easy way to generate a bunch of addresses to fund and print wallets of? Thanks for any tutorials or guidelines you can give me.
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On Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018 20:00 (SGT), we are planning to open the whitelist for an addition of 2000 applicants.
The KYC/AML procedure was recently opened for applicants interested in taking part in the Essentia ICO. Shortly after the announcement, we received more than 100,000 applications for the whitelist. Due to that fact we had to temporarily close the whitelist application.
Due to increased interest in the project and crowdsale, we decided to grant an additional time window to sign up for the whitelist and perform the KYC/AML procedure.
If you are not sure what you have to do to get whitelisted, check out the dedicated post.
Just a little reminder, Essentia successfully raised over $20m during the pre-sale at the beginning of May. With the pre-sale successfully completed, we will begin with the public ICO on June 7th, 2018. A total of 595 million ESS tokens will then be distributed among all the participants (pre-sale+public crowdsale).
Take part in the coming decentralized revolution!
Join the whitelist on the 23rd of May!
To be a part of their growing community join their Telegram channel https://t.me/essentia_one/.
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Monero dev Riccardo Spagni and entrepreneurs Naveen Jain and Dan Teree are launching a new digital asset protocol on the privacy token’s network.
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A small bank from Argentina, Banco Masventas, announced this week that it’s allowing customers to make settlements using BTC as a payment rail. Argentina Banco Masventas says the firm partnered with the exchange Bitex, and believes the service will reduce costs associated with international transfers.
Argentine Bank Provides Customers With a BTC International Settlement Service
On Monday, May 21 the Latin American exchange Bitex and the small financial institution Banco Masventas announced a partnership which will provide the bank with a new cryptocurrency settlement service now offered to its customers. The bank has been a financial entity located in the heart of Argentina for years offering banking solutions to individuals and businesses mainly in the Provinces of Salta. According to Banco Masventas Facebook and Medium announcement, it will be the first bank to offer settlement services using BTC.
“The service allows you to reduce costs associated with international transfers as there are no international banks as intermediaries,” explains the Bitex and Banco Masventas announcement.
Our fund logistics solution allows reduced settlement times and send or receive transfers up to 24 hours.
Argentina Becomes More Friendly Towards Cryptocurrencies Every Day
If a Banco Masventas customer wants to utilize the BTC settlement service an account representative will help facilitate the transaction explains the bank. The financial institution also details that if an individual is a current account holder it’s likely they already qualify to use the BTC payment service. The bank announcement reveals the international transfer commission for BTC settlement is 3.00% + VAT.
Argentina government officials are very friendly towards public cryptocurrencies like BTC unlike neighboring countries such as Ecuador. Recently the Central Bank of the Argentine Republic (BCRA) allowed the installation of Bitcoin Automatic Teller Machines (BTMs) in the country and residents may see an influx of BTMs this year. Further last December Tim Draper told the Argentine President Mauricio Marci he should invest in cryptocurrencies. Digital asset proponents think the Argentina-based Banco Masventas creating cryptocurrency services will prompt other Latin American banks to follow the company’s lead.
What do you think about Banco Masventas allowing customers to settle in BTC as an alternative to Swift? Let us know what you think about this subject in the comments below.
Images via Banco Masventas, and Bitex.
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Huobi Pro has announced the launch of a market index to measure the overall performance of 10 digital assets on its platform.
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