The social shopping platform Personas Social has introduced a Bitcoin payment system, according to a press release. The company is now accepting Bitcoin payments for purchasing content on its Peeks Social platform.

The press release stated that this also comes with an identity check, which requires users to show photo ID and proof of address in order to withdraw funds.

Personas Social has received requests from online merchants to use its Bitcoin payment service and said it could consider expanding payment processing for other merchants, the press release said.

In other news, Kia Motors America was the victim of a ransomware attack by the DoppelPaymer group demanding $ 20 million Bitcoin as a ransom, CoinDesk reported.

DoppelPaymer said if the ransom was not paid, stolen data would be disclosed to the public, according to the report. If DoppelPaymer is not paid within 10 days, the required amount increases to 600 bitcoins or over 30 million US dollars.

Kia Motors America is currently suffering from severe power outages as both phone systems and web systems are offline, CoinDesk reported.

Meanwhile, Gemini is launching its new Cryptopedia, which, according to a blog post by the company, aims to provide high quality information about cryptocurrencies to the world.

Gemini said in the Post that their mission is to “empower the individual through crypto, and we believe the journey begins with understanding. We know that the lack of comprehensive education about crypto is one of the main barriers to consumer access and acceptance – this is where Cryptopedia can help. “

The new Cryptopedia will be suitable for anyone with any level of knowledge about crypto, from those looking to familiarize themselves with the basics of Bitcoin, to in-depth dives into trending new projects in the field of decentralized finance (DeFi) or such as trading and investment concepts for Cryptocurrency apply, it says in the article.

There is also a network of experts offering insights from the likes of the brave CEO Brendan Eich, the CEO of Aave, Stani Kulechov, the co-founder of Tezos, Kathleen Breitman and others.



About: Buy Now, Pay Later: Millennials and the Changing Dynamics of Online Credit, a collaboration between PYMNTS and PayPal, examines the demand for new flexible credit options and the way consumers, particularly in the millennial demographics, are paying online. The study is based on two surveys of nearly 15,000 US consumers.

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