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Congratulations, Batch 2015! Kudos for studying hard. Now, you deserve a treat! :) 
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As a graduation treat, we will increase the rewards to 2,015 bits when you invite friends to coins.ph until March 31, 2015. Happy sharing! https://coins.ph/invite
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How to make a bitcoins ? I don't even have a registration confirmation but I think I'm registered here..
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"Philippine workers who receive their salaries from abroad feel a pinch not just from exchange rate fluctuations, but also expensive money transfer services. Addressing this problem are several new payment solutions, which are driving remittance costs down."
California-based Bitwage launches a Bitcoin-powered payroll service that allows American companies to pay workers outside the US in their local currencies.
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Using the remittance system, Coins.ph wallet users can transfer any amount of money between P500 and P10,000. Recipients can pick up the money by going to a partner ATM, selecting the eGiveCash cashout option, and then entering the eGiveCash number they received via text message, the passcode they received via e-mail, and the amount.
Overseas Filipino workers are constantly worried about the service fees that come with sending money home to their loved ones.
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Even with banks closed for the holidays, Bitcoin still keeps going!

Learn more about buy and sell options on coins.ph during the holidays.
If you are selling/cashing out Bitcoin, we recommend cashing out through the 24/7 eGiveCash cardless ATM option instantly, or through GCASH since we will not be able to fulfill bank deposits outside...
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Bitcoin helps those who don’t have bank accounts send and receive money with ease. With Bitcoin wallets like coins.ph, you can easily send Bitcoin online, and pick up your money from major banks, outlets like Cebuana Lhuillier or LBC, or even via 2GO Quikcash or Globe GCash.

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If you’ve been anywhere near the internet for the past year, you’ve probably heard of Bitcoin, the internet cryptocurrency. And … The post Can Bitcoin Revolutionize Your Wallet? appeared first on iMoney.ph.
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Quick Tip for freelancers and online business owners: Learn how you can get paid in Bitcoin and save on fees.
One benefit of using Bitcoin is being able to send and receive money to and from anyone, regardless of location differences. This is particularly useful for freelancers and online business owners who...
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Talking about Bitcoin just became extra exciting and rewarding for you! From now on, whenever you invite your family, friends, and co-workers to coins.ph, you’ll earn 1000 bits that you can spend to shop, buy load for your phone, and even convert to cash. Think of it as our way of saying thanks for spreading the love. #GetEveryoneOneBitcoin  
Talking about Bitcoin just became extra exciting and rewarding for you! From now on, whenever you invite your family, friends, and co-workers to coins.ph, you’ll earn 1000 bits that you can spend to...
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The Philippines has more overseas workers than nearly any country in the world, and remittances reached an all-time high of $25.1 billion in 2013. But the cost of sending money home to family has historically been high. That is changing, thanks to the Philippines Bitcoin exchange and remittance service Coins.ph. The company has a new service that allows recipients to instantly withdraw money from a bank ATM.
Coins.ph has a new service that allows recipients to instantly withdraw money from a bank ATM.
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Instantly withdraw cash from your coins.ph bitcoin wallet at 450+ ATMs nationwide.
Philippine remittance service Coins.ph now allows users to send funds for collection at a network of bank ATMs.
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Ford Motors recognizes Bitcoin as an upcoming trend - cites Apple Pay, Google Wallet and Coins.ph for mobile money innovation.

"Mentioned next to Apple Pay and Google Wallet, Bitcoin follows what the report calls the 'Carryless Movement' that focuses on customers' search of more convenience:

"With these technologies, consumers are able to pare necessities down to their essence—less baggage, more nimbleness. Across the globe, the advent of these technologies brings a transformation in the mechanics of how we pay, how and where we are marketed to, and who we trust with our most valuable information.""
Ford Motor Company releases the third annual trends report, highlighting the rising influence of Gen Z and mentioning Bitcoin as an emerging trend arising from the 'Carryless Movement' that puts forward the need of more convenience in the way we transact.
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Coins.ph CEO Ron Hose talks about why Bitcoin works in the Philippines on yesterday's Hangout session with Vancouver Decentral [VIDEO]
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The easiest way to send money, buy load, and pay bills - no bank account needed.
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Founded in 2014, Coins.ph now processes thousands of transactions per day, including remittances, bills payment, mobile top-ups, and other services provided by third-party covered financial institutions. We recently launched Teller, the first human ATM network that extends the reach of financial institutions beyond their existing branch infrastructure.