Cryptocurrency Bitcoin has shot up in popularity in the troubled country, as Greeks attempt to find ways round a breaking economy.
The Bank of England (BoE) has claimed that digital currencies do not currently post a material risk to monetary or financial stability in the UK.
The cloud storage platform has moved quickly to dismiss suggestions that it has been hacked, claiming that the credentials leaked online were stolen from third-party sites.
A combination of Feathercoin and Ven, HullCoins can be used to pay council taxes and for goods and services from companies that sign up to the scheme.
High St stalwart will start testing Bitcoin as it looks into the potential of the cryptocurrency for online banking, charity support and other use cases, it seems.
Tony Virdi, VP and Head of Banking & Financial Services in the UK & Ireland for tech consultancy Cognizant, assesses the stuff's 2016 prospects.
Digital transformation is shaking up the finance industry, says Alistair Tooth, Director of Product Marketing (Cloud Security), EMEA, Akamai Technologies.
Rumours that the UK Chancellor George Osborne would announce new approvals and regulations regarding the cryptocurrency Bitcoin appear to be misguided, with the Chancellor making no mention of the currency in his 2015 budget speech.