Nvidia (NVDA) might be making big news at CES 2018 thanks to its artificial intelligence and self-driving car technologies, but the company originally started out by building PC graphics cards. And despite all of its recent success, it’s not leaving those roots behind. In fact, it’s pushing them forward with a number of new products ranging from cloud gaming to enormous PC displays and super-thin laptops. It’s an impressive display of gaming power, and likely to drain players’ wallets in the year ahead.
The largest stock exchange in Russia, Moscow Exchange, has been building an infrastructure for the trading of cryptocurrencies. However, recently the central bank has reportedly “banned” the exchange from launching bitcoin futures until the country’s cryptocurrency regulatory framework has been implemented. News.Bitcoin.com reached out to Moscow Exchange to verify this report and to find out the exchange’s plans for cryptocurrency and bitcoin futures trading.
In Amsterdam, dental practice to accept Bitcoin for treatments. The acceptance of virtual currency Bitcoin continues to increase. Dental Practice, 0900-Dentist Amsterdam, has announced that it now accepts Bitcoin as a form of payment from patients. What is Bitcoin? Bitcoin is a form of digital currency, created and held electronically. No one controls it. Bitcoins aren’t printed, like dollars or euros – they’re produced by people, and increasingly businesses, running computers all around the world, using software that solves mathematical problems.
PSD2-compliant payment product that supports merchants to handle complex split settlements. Quick integration and no upfront fees, while meeting all PSD2 requirements. Acapture, a global, data-driven omnichannel PSP, has launched SlicePay, an easy-to-integrate product designed to reduce the burden of payouts to multiple parties in various countries and currencies. By adding SlicePay to its portfolio, Acapture now offers a PSD2-compliant solution to its international clientele. It supports marketplaces, sharing economy operators, franchises, online travel agencies and other companies handling third-party funds to become fully compliant with PSD2 (Payment Service Directive 2).