DNotes Digital Currency, Denmark Joins Blockchain Partnership, Bitcoin City Opens in Slovenia, Japan’s First Bitcoin Mining Rig: Tuesday, June 5th News Bytes

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DNotes Global Announces Its DNotes Digital Currency Is Now Listed For Trading On stocks.exchange
The recently upgraded version of DNotes will join major cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ether, and Litecoin, as well as a host of altcoins that are actively traded on the exchange. “With DNotes 2.0, we’ve accelerated our push to achieve real adoption of digital currency on a global scale” says DNotes co-founder Alan Yong. “As part of that effort, DNotes has added a new blockchain transaction invoice system that attaches an invoice number to any DNotes transaction – something that was specifically designed to simplify digital currency adoption for merchants who might otherwise be forced to use third-party solutions to manage crypto transactions. We’ve also improved our CRISP savings program and will be adding other new features in the near future.”

Denmark Joins EU Blockchain Partnership
Denmark plans to implement blockchain in shipping. Brian Mikkelsen, the Danish Minister for Industry, Business and Financial Affairs, said Denmark will be “the first country in the world [to] use blockchain technology to register ships in the Danish ship registers.”

Slovenia Opens First Bitcoin City
Coingeek is featuring a story on the first ‘Bitcoin City. It’s located just outside of the Slovenian capital in Ljubljana. “The huge former shopping destination stretches over a massive 475,000 square metres and has over 500 retail stores. The complex dubbed ‘BTC City’ also received a boost of late when the country’s outgoing Prime Minister, Miro Cerar visited the site. He added a certain common touch to proceedings by buying a cup of coffee using a cryptocurrency payment gateway.”

GMO Unveils Japan’s First-Ever Bitcoin Mining Rig
CCN reports Tokyo-based tech services company GMO Internet has this week unveiled the first bitcoin mining rig wholly-developed by a Japanese company.

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