- Korger Stores Gives Up Visa for Bitcoin
- Denver State to Test Blockchain based Voting
- Dorsey commits to investing in Bitcoin every week
- Argentinian Crypto Market Defies Crypto Winter
- Turkey has most crypto owners in Europe
Korger Stores Gives Up Visa for Bitcoin
Well, Bitcoin has won a small battle against the payment giant Visa but a win is a win. Kroger, a prominent US grocery chain announced a storewide ban on Visa payments which would begin from April. This move was propelled by rising fees of Visa, which is making it difficult for the chain to keep prices low. Morgan Creek took this opportunity and Pomp, in his tweet, mentioned that The Morgan Creek Digital team will fly to meet them and get them hooked up with the Lightning Network nationwide.
Who knows someone on the leadership team there?
The Morgan Creek Digital team will fly to meet them and get them hooked up with the Lightning Network nationwide. ???
— Pomp ? (@APompliano) March 2, 2019
Denver State to Test Blockchain based Voting
Blockchain has been a great help for state heads as its been a huge boon to voting. The same will now be used by the state of Denver, as the municipal corporation of the state has planned to pilot test a mobile voting app in elections in May 2019. They would be making the blockchain-based app available to active-duty military and their eligible dependents as well as any overseas voters. The corporation believes this will improve the voter turnout and decrease absentees.