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Author Topic: [2014-08-07] Will More SF Retailers Start Accepting Bitcoin?  (Read 553 times)
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August 07, 2014, 04:05:39 AM
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http://sf.racked.com/archives/2014/08/06/will-more-sf-retailers-start-accepting-bitcoin.php

Despite the hot mess of press following the Mt. Gox hack earlier this year, Bitcoin is gaining traction in the retail world. Thanks to services like San Francisco-based BitPay, merchants can accept Bitcoin as easily as a credit cards; some even claim they prefer the cryptocurrency to plastic because there's a lower risk of fraud, Mashable reports.
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They have about one new merchant using bitcoin every two weeks. The title of this article, and the entire article, is a preposterous attempt at baiting for clicks. They had no story, so they made one up.
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