Dec 07, 2017
Gaming platform Steam will no longer accept Bitcoin payments due to transaction fees of up to $20, high volatility.Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/XopWYJQ
The popular online gaming platform Steam is dropping its bitcoin payments option more than a year after it first began accepting the cryptocurrency.
Hyper-volatility means transaction fees can hit $20 – if they go through before the price of Bitcoin changes
Valve no longer accepts the crytocurrency as a form of payment, and here's why.
While governments may not like cryptocurrency all that much, Nebraska lawyers are going to accept Bitcoin regardless. A peculiar precdedent.
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The permanence of smart contracts has led to the development of a number of services that allow marriage and marriage contract on the Blockchain.
The Bitcoin industry received its first celebrity endorsement following an announcement that Conexus Corporation’s subsidiary Bitcoin Direct LLC and boxing legend Mike Tyson have inked a partnership agreement.
Australian authorities have launched new AML rules for cryptocurrency exchanges.
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