Miami becomes the first U.S. city to launch its own cryptocurrency, ‘MiamiCoin’

Bitcoin – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Andrew Angelov As the days go by, the Magic City is looking more and more like the next Silicon Valley, and the City of Miami is embracing these changes head-on.  Miami will be debuting a cryptocurrency this summer with the goal of helping raise additional funding for local

Got Bitcoin? One mega-club in Miami will soon be the “first of its kind” to accept popular cryptocurrencies as form of payment

Outside view of E11even Nightclub in Miami – Courtesy: Shutterstock-Image by Blueee77 Leave it to a 24/7 mega-club in Miami to be the first major nightclub in the United States to accept the popular Bitcoin (BTC) cryptocurrency as a method of payment when entering for a night of fun. E11even Partners hospitality group announced plans earlier

Miami Mayor Francis Suarez and his journey to bring big-tech to South Florida

“Fintech” word on digital virtual screen with futuristic city skyline. Hi-tech business concept. Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by jamesteohart Miami Mayor Francis Suarez has dreams of transforming the largest city in South Florida into the next Silicon Valley, hoping to pull big-tech and their corporations to Miami to create a new identity for the “Magic City.”

Florida Could Become Next State to Capitalize on Bitcoin Market

Image by MichaelWuensch from Pixabay  The Sunshine State could become the next Wyoming in capitalizing on the $100 billion global Bitcoin market, according to a recently-published 15-page report titled, “Bitcoin Beach.” According to its author, Andrea O’Sullivan, director of the Center for Technology & Innovation at Tallahassee-based policy watchdog Madison Institute, if Florida lawmakers found