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Steam no longer accepting Bitcoin as payment, because it's too volatile

The rise and rise of Bitcoin might make some people richer, but it's been a headache for companies that accept it. Steam, the gaming digital distribution service owned by Valve, will no longer take Bitcoin as a form of payment.  SEE ALSO: This was Bitcoin's big year, but where does it go from here? In a blog post on Wednesday, Valve explained the decision was made due to the "high fees and volatility" in the value of the cryptocurrency in recent months.
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