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  Brave is an adventurous attempt at a new web browser, one which focuses on rethinking the overall advertising model of the internet. As of October 2016, Google’s Chrome browser continues to be the most popular choice with over half (63%) the usage share…
Brave is an adventurous attempt at a new web browser, one which focuses on rethinking the overall advertising model of the internet. As of October 2016, Google’s Chrome browser continu…
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500 CoinJar points when you refer a friend!
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It’s been exactly one year since every Australian business started accepting Bitcoin with CoinJar Swipe, our Bitcoin-enabled debit card. Find out what users spent their money on. https://blog.coinjar.com/2016/02/25/one-year-of-coinjar-swipe/ http://ow.ly/YRoBL
It's been exactly one year since every Australian business started accepting Bitcoin with CoinJar Swipe, our Bitcoin-enabled debit card. One year out, CoinJar Swipe continues to be an innovative product, changing the way we look at and perform payments. Since its official launch 12-months ago, ...
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If you're going to do Christmas shopping, you might as well make it fun.

Shop CoinJar Store: store.coinjar.com http://ow.ly/i/ePVpS http://ow.ly/i/ePVrm
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Not really a greeting card person? We weren't either until we saw these doge ones... #shibe https://store.coinjar.com/product-category/greeting-cards/
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Thinking about having your own standalone Bitcoin wallet? Check out the Ledger Nano: https://store.coinjar.com/product/ledger-usb-wallet/
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The most common way to store and interface with the Bitcoin network is either by using software running locally on your computer or provided by a web service like CoinJar. Web-based bitcoin clients…
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Released in 2014, the TREZOR marked the beginning of the Bitcoin hardware wallet. Produced by Satoshi Labs, the TREZOR could not only store Bitcoin independently of your computer, but could do so w…
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Welcome to December. November was an interesting month for #bitcoin traders. Here's a snapshot from our CoinJar Price Chart, accessible from your CoinJar in the 'Charts' section.
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Mandarin-speaker? Know someone that is? Buy bitcoin in the world's most spoken language today:https://blog.coinjar.com/2015/09/27/introducing-coinjar-in-mandarin/
Today we're excited to reveal our first release for CoinJar in Mandarin. With over 1 billion Mandarin speakers around the world, CoinJar is now more accessible than ever to our global userbase. Over the past few months, the bitcoin community has seen some triumphant wins with new partnerships, ...
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We accept UK credit and debit card deposits on CoinJar. Find out more: https://blog.coinjar.com/2015/08/28/buy-bitcoin-with-uk-credit-card/
We're happy to share that you can now buy bitcoin using UK credit and debit cards on CoinJar! Once you've verified identity, you can link your 3D Secure-enabled card and purchase bitcoin instantly in British Pounds. To buy bitcoin with your UK credit/debit card: Sign in and go to Settings ...
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Covering how to make either a BPAY or credit card deposit to your CoinJar. Region selection CoinJar currently supports fiat currency deposits from multiple regions, each with their own dedicated ...
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