Payza added new feature for Bitcoin holders

Popular online payment platform launched new Bitcoin-related conversion option
19 August 2017   531

Payza, an online payment platform, launched new Bitcoin service. Now Bitcoin conversion to fiat money will be automated.

At the moment, new function is available only for bitcoins, which are already on the user's account. If the client keeps the bitcoins on a third-party purse, he will have to transfer them to his Payza account first, then transfer it to the card.

To transfer bitcoins to the Payza card, users must initiate a withdrawal operation on their account by selecting the card as a withdrawal method. When choosing a currency balance for withdrawals, user need to select bitcoin. Crypto currency will be automatically converted into dollars and credited to the card.

The company also updated its mobile application, in which a new feature of automatic bitcoin conversion was added to the old functions.

UCLA Blockchain Crypto Conference to be Held in LA

The UCLA Conference will be held on February 17-18 of 2018, gathering together the most experienced and exciting thinkers
17 February 2018   226

UCLA's Blockchain Lab and Far from LA are holding the Blockchain Cryptocurrency Conference, gathering together the most experienced and exciting thinkers across SoCal, in order to foster both economic and educational progress. The conference will concern cybersecurity, cryptocurrencies, and blockchain.

The UCLA Conference will be held on February 17-18 of 2018.

Location: The University of California, Humanities Building, 415 Portola Plaza, UCLA 90095, Los Angeles

The headline speakers will include Kathleen Breitman, the co-founder of Tezos; Sandra Ro from UWIN Lab; David Moss from EOS; Jeremy Rubin, the Bitcoin core developer, and many more.

The agenda of the conference is as follows: the future of blockchain keynote, bringing humanity to the blockchain, cybersecurity, autonomous vehicles, blockchain's influence on the development of art and culture, blockchain in the music industry, government adoption of blockchain around the world, and more.