Billionaire Sir Richard Branson is bringing Bitcoin to space. He revealed that Virgin Galactic, his commercial space company, will be accepting customer payments in bitcoin. And, according to his blog post, a female flight attendant from Hawaii has already bought her ticket to the stars with the digital currency. Show More Summary
Dec. 4 - 5, 2013 Redwood City, CA Tickets on Sale Now As if the Bitcoin story couldn’t get any crazier, now the digital currency can get you to space. Billionaire Richard Branson announced this morning that his commercial space …
Bitcoin has hit a new milestone: You can now use the digital currency to pay for a suborbital spaceflight with Virgin Galactic. A female flight attendant from Hawaii has already... Keep reading ?
Now you can pay for your trip to space with the virtual currency. Virgin Group founder Richard Branson has announced that Virgin Galactic, which is taking the lead in the emerging space tourism industry, will soon allow customers to purchase flight tickets using Bitcoins. Read Full Story
Those who think bitcoin could become a world currency might want to think even bigger: Sir Richard Branson announced that his commercial space flight venture Virgin Galactic will accept the currency for space flights. In a blog post,...Show More Summary
A woman from Hawaii paid for her upcoming trip to space using Bitcoin. We can now add Sir Richard Branson as the latest Bitcoin believer.
As the value and credibility of Bitcoin continues to skyrocket, Virgin founder Richard Branson now wants to let people use the digital currency to finance a flight into space. Ahead of its first trips next year, Virgin Galactic has already...Show More Summary
NBCUniversal has signed an exclusive partnership with Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic to televise the space tourism company's first commercial passenger flight next August. Aboard the VSS Enterprise, will be Sir Richard, age 63, and his children, Holly, 31, and Sam, 28. Show More Summary
If you can't quite afford the fare to space, at least you'll be watch the future of non-terrestrial tourism on your TV. NBC has won the rights to televise Virgin Galactic's first flight, and plan to make it into a three-hour Today Show special. When Sir Branson and his two children travel beyond the...
We?ve been hearing for years that Sir Richard Branson and his company, Virgin Galactic, were putting together commercial spaceflights.The first commercial flight might actually launch as early as next August. Branson popped up on NBC?s...Show More Summary
The family that soars together, scores together: Virgin Galactic founder Richard Branson is due to become the first father to join his children on a trip to outer space when they ride the SpaceShipTwo rocket plane next year. But he won't...Show More Summary
Sir Richard Branson is set to travel to outer space in 2014 on Virgin Galactic's first commercial spaceflight, and all of us on Earth will get to watch the adventure NBC revealed it will televise the historic flight on Today next year. Show More Summary
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Virgin Group founder Richard Branson announced on Friday that the NBC television network will be tracking preparations and will broadcast the inaugural flight of his Virgin Galactic SpaceShip Two rocket plane into space.
The network plans to simulcast the event across platforms NBC, CNBC, MSNBC, NBCNews.com, Syfy and The Weather Channel.
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(NEW YORK) — NBC has won the television space race. The network announced Friday it has signed a deal with Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic to televise the company’s first commercial space flight. Branson and his two adult children, Holly and Sam, will be the first private passengers to travel into space next year through his company. Show More Summary
Today will broadcast Virgin Galactic's first commercial spaceflight, which will carry Richard Branson and two of his children, NBC announced Friday. Branson and his adult children, Holly and Sam, will be the first private passengersShow More Summary
"Today" announced Friday (Nov. 8) that it will be broadcasting the first Virgin Galactic commercial space flight in 2014, which Sir Richard Branson says he's very excited about.
Forget rockets and high Gs. One company wants to take you to space in leisure and style. Virgin Galactic is capturing the public's imagination with an exhilarating, 2,500mph rocket ride into space. But NASA contractor Paragon––with their special expertise in pressurized capsules––has a different vision. Show More Summary
NBC and British billionaire Richard Branson on Friday announced an agreement to track the development of Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo rocket plane on television — climaxing with a flight that will put Branson and his children intoShow More Summary