One of the most common first questions about Bitcoin is "can it be hacked?". It's a very valid quiestion due to Bitcoin's digital nature, however it's not so straight forward and the answer may suprise you...
As we move into increasingly uncertain times we can be sure of one thing: there will only ever be 21,000,000 Bitcoin. This is due to one of it Bitcoin's most unique and celebrated features- the halving.
The outbreak of the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) has recently been declared a Public Health Emergency by the World Health Organisation. If you have plans to travel the next few months, here are some things to keep in mind.
Many organisations and industries worldwide are slowly adopting cryptocurrency and blockchain technology in their systems to restructure and improve the way they solve problems. This article discusses how the charity sector is reinventing themselves with this cutting edge technology.
The world’s largest blockchain conference, BlockShow Asia 2019, will be held in Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands Hotel between November 14-15, 2019. With hundreds of companies exhibiting this year, we have compiled the top 10 projects that you don’t want to
Known as the cryptocurrency hub of the world, Malta is hosting the Delta Summit, one of the world's leading blockchain and cryptocurrency conferences. The country continues to strengthen its title as it establishes itself in the crypto space by providing
Organized by the minds behind the #LightningHackday and Lightning Makers, the Lightning Conference in Berlin will be the world’s first lightning conference to be ever held. On this monumental occasion, TravelbyBit is proud to be the official travel partner
At the start of the year, Jaide Barclay, a freelance blogger, set out on an ambitious journey to travel across 7 countries and 16 cities, using only cryptocurrency. As part of her 12 Week Crypto Challenge, one of the
The Baltic Honeybadger conference has unveiled TravelbyBit, the online travel agency powered by Binance, as the conference’s Official Travel Partner. The conference, which puts Bitcoin at the front and centre throughout its jam-packed two-day conference, is one of the largest
TravelbyBit’s reward program introduces an even more rewarding way to travel. The program is offered exclusively to TravelbyBit customers and allows you to earn up to 10% rewards in bitcoin when booking eligible trips on travelbybit.com.
Bitcoin 2019 is an annual event that holds a two-day conference with a cast of multifaceted speakers and an exhibition with interactive activities. It's a meeting ground for the early adopters, technical experts, and everyone in the bitcoin community.
Breaking Bitcoin Conference is aimed at anyone wishing to learn more about Bitcoin and the Lightning Network. It focuses on the security of Bitcoin; the threats, the weaknesses, and theoretical and practical attacks that target users and the protocol.
This week, longstanding Australian fast food favourite Origin Kebabs will test blockchain payments at four flagship Queensland stores, allowing customers to pay for meals using bitcoin and other digital currencies.
A first in the Australian wine industry, Talunga Estate in South Australia now accepts a range of cryptocurrencies for its boutique winery, dining, and function centre in the world-renowned Adelaide Hills.
Today, we’re extra excited to show you the NEW TravelbyBit.com: a cryptocurrency holiday booking website that gives travellers like you access to a personal crypto travel agent to book your entire holiday in cryptocurrency.
Binance held its first ever Australian meetup
Your home away from home can now be paid for in digital currency. Local luxury holiday rental accommodation provider Accomm1770 provides lavish stays to guests visiting the Town of 1770 and Agnes Water, Queensland.
Cryptocurrency exchange giant Binance today announced it is investing over USD$2.5 million in TravelbyBit, the Australian startup responsible for facilitating the world’s first digital currency-friendly airport in Brisbane.
Let’s go fishing! 1770 Creek2Reef is the latest TravelbyBit merchant to accept cryptocurrency with TravelbyBit and the locals are already taking advantage of it.
And what better Great Barrier Reef holiday idea than to take a fishing trip via southern Queensland,
Today we’re taking a dive into a few of the ways digital currency is like physical currency, recommending some online cryptocurrency exchanges and digital wallets, and letting you in on what’s coming up for TravelbyBit.
Traveling on crypto isn’t the future, but the now. It’s not only possible, but simple to travel across the world using digital currency, and as more and more merchants accept cryptocurrency, the easier it will become to take the trip
The traveler-friendly Windmill & Co., renowned bar and bistro stationed in the Brisbane International Airport, is now ready to entice customers to use Bitcoin when ordering from their fresh and exciting selection of food and drinks.