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Market Report: Global E-Invoice/E-Bill Volume to Achieve Around 20 Billion. WIL, Switzerland, May 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- In comparison with paper-based processes, electronic invoice handling processes make it possible to reduce costs by 50-80%.

Market Report: Global E-Invoice/E-Bill Volume to Achieve Around 20 Billion

Investments in electronic invoice processing can therefore often be gained back within 6 months. Many companies are already using electronic processes. In 2013 around 20 billion bills/invoices globally and 5.5 billion invoices in Europe are likely to be sent and archived paper-free. The high level of debt of the public sector means that this segment must automate its processes and sustainably reduce costs. More and more customers expect invoices from their suppliers in electronic form. Because of the attractiveness of this market, several hundred service providers and software houses offer their solutions for E-Invoicing.

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James has been in deep coding mode, resulting in a total reconstruction of the SuperNET CORE, improvement of the distributed Multigateway (MGW), and some new SuperNET tech. Meanwhile, the rest of the decentralised dev teams/coins and services in SuperNET has been busy as well. This newsletter will give you an update on James’ work, the CORE coins and services. As you can see, SuperNET progress hasn’t slowed down at all! Dive in SuperNET Slack can be joined by sending a request to: info@supernet.org. Topics Syscoin joins SuperNETSuperNET Clients LitewalletLitewallet reviewFull client releaseSN enhanced NRS releaseSuperNET Android Client releaseCORE code update AgentsLchainsMGWInstantDEXcrypto777SuperNET Projects SuperNET BlogJayEX NxtVaultNeoDICE released NeoDICE Jay ClientFast withdrawals on AEPangeaFreemarketCoinimalCoinomatSkyNET is liveSNRN SNRN assetJLH (jl777HODL)SuperNET CORE coins BTCDBitStarVeriCoinNxtSysCoinOPALFibreVPNcoin.

Marketplaces. Bitcoin: the Stripe perspective. Many people have remarked that Bitcoin resembles the internet in the early 90s: we haven’t yet built the Googles that will make it accessible or the Facebooks and Netflixes that will make it broadly useful.

Bitcoin: the Stripe perspective

So it's an open question: what might a Bitcoin that's useful for the mainstream look like? Money Money has three functions: it’s a store of value (that is, somewhere you can put your life savings), a unit of account (that is, a measure of value), and a medium of exchange (a way to transport value). On the first two fronts, Bitcoin has shown promise in high-inflation economies, but it’s a much tougher sell for mainstream consumers in stable countries.

There, consumers mostly want a safe place to hold their savings, and the existing bank account insurances and consumer protections have set a high bar. However, Bitcoin has huge potential as a way to transport value. Compounding the issue, value transport becomes especially challenging as soon as there’s a regional border involved. 7 Charts That Show a Year of Growth for Bitcoin ATMs. Our last State of Bitcoin report contained two tantalising slides on data from our Bitcoin ATM Map.

7 Charts That Show a Year of Growth for Bitcoin ATMs

To quench the thirst for more, we’ve dug through our Fusion Table and come up with several more charts to illustrate what’s going on with bitcoin ATMs around the world. Our Bitcoin ATM Map has 121 ‘active’ machines on it, which means machines that are live and operational, as far as we can tell. We do rely on a combination of press reports, press releases from manufacturers and operators, and crowdsourcing for our information, so it’s not going to be completely accurate all of the time.

With that out of the way, lets check out the data. Which country has the most bitcoin ATMs? Lagging some way behind is the United States with about two-thirds that number. The chart quickly becomes a long tail, with the rest of the 27 countries on our map containing just a handful of machines and quickly thinning down to just one or two. Where exactly are all these bitcoin ATMs located, then? Www.bankofcanada.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Decentralize-E-Money.pdf.

The CoinFront Bank of Canada Releases Document on "Decentralized E-Money" The Bank of Canada has released an official document on the nature of what they call "Decentralized E-Money".

The CoinFront Bank of Canada Releases Document on "Decentralized E-Money"

This unusual terminology refers, of course, to Bitcoin and to other cryptocurrencies. The document goes over the basics of cryptocurrency, including issues of authenticity and double spending, but the most intriguing element of the document is the discussion on whether cryptocurrencies are "money. " The Bank of Canada has three different criteria by which it measures something to be money.