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Steam drops Bitcoin support due to volatility and $20 transaction fees

Bitcoin is causing too many complications for Valve, so the company has announced that it will no longer accept the digital cryptocurrency. Valve runs Steam, which is the the biggest PC-gaming distribution platform outside of China, and it started taking Bitcoin as a payment in April 2016 after talking about the possibility for years. But […]
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