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Steam No Longer Accepting Bitcoin Payments For Video Games

Today Valve announced it will no longer be accepting Bitcoin as currency on the Steam store. This follows a series of rapid Bitcoin growth. After recently tipping the $US10,000US mark in late November, Bitcoin lost approximately 20% of its value, but promptly fought back. Roughly one week later Bitcoin is sitting at $US13,000. More »      
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