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September 12, 2012, 05:42:23 AM
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Interest in BitCoin, Fledgling Electronic Currency, Grows

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2012-09-11

http://www.pcworld.com/businesscenter/article/262196/interest_in_bitcoin_fledgling_electronic_currency_grows.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter#tk.rss_news

Anthony Gallippi, CEO of BitPay, has started paying his gardener -- in BitCoins.
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BitPay, a Florida-based company, is seeing rising interest in BitCoin, the fledgling digital currency that is a small, yet interesting wild card challenger to traditional payment systems.
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Still, there are a lot of questions around the future of BitCoin, and its exchange rate has seen wild fluctuations from a high of around $30 to as low as $2. Gallippi admits the situation "is like the wild west right now," and it remains to be seen how governments will craft policy around BitCoin or how financial institutions will deal with a rising competitor.
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BitPay is also in early discussions with three of the top 25 websites ranked by Alexa, which are testing BitPay's systems, he said.

Also here:
http://www.techworld.com.au/article/436155/interest_bitcoin_fledgling_electronic_currency_grows/

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BitPay is also in early discussions with three of the top 25 websites ranked by Alexa, which are testing BitPay's systems, he said.


Just takes one to get the party started.  Then it is just a matter of playing follow the leader.

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September 12, 2012, 04:21:23 PM
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This was also covered in CIO magazine - now that's an audience worth reaching!

http://www.cio.com/article/715978/Interest_in_Bitcoin_Fledgling_Electronic_Currency_Grows

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September 12, 2012, 06:49:03 PM
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BitPay is also in early discussions with three of the top 25 websites ranked by Alexa, which are testing BitPay's systems, he said.

3 out of top 25. This calls for wild speculations but as you said, pick any 3.

If I were to pick the best: amazon it is and we will never ever need any other argument when asked if bitcoins really exist.
The "worst" pick would be Wikipedia donations (finally) but (excluding the non-english sites) or some other technical corner application. Anyway I'm curious to see it actually come true. There is too many reasons for speculation and announced announcements in bitcoin for my taste.

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BitPay is also in early discussions with three of the top 25 websites ranked by Alexa, which are testing BitPay's systems, he said.


Just takes one to get the party started.  Then it is just a matter of playing follow the leader.



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