Saturday, June 25

Bitwage Announces Processing a Bitcoin Salary Payment Through Lightning Network By CoinTelegraph

© Reuters. Bitwage Announces Processing a Bitcoin Salary Payment Through the Lightning Network

The San Francisco, California-based startup Bitwage has just made the first digital salary payments through the Lightning Network, as the company announced in an exclusive press release to Cointelegraph Español.

The first to receive such a payment was the CEO of pan-African native Bitcoin fintech Bitnob, Bernard Parah. Later, Bitwage announced that professional soccer player Alex Crognale, a defender for the United Soccer Legion in Birmingham, was the second person to receive the salary through this Bitcoin enhancement network.

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Bitwage is a platform specialized in payroll solutions in Bitcoin since 2014, born with the aim of modernizing the payroll system towards a new digital era, and leaving behind the old traditional salary system.

Read the full article on Cointelegraph

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