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For bitcoin, Overstock and Zynga are just the start

Buzzfeed’s Jon Steinberg tracks bitcoin prices on his watch
Source: Jon Steinberg
Buzzfeed’s Jon Steinberg tracks bitcoin prices on his watch

Two prominent publicly traded companies, Zynga and Overstock, said in recent days they were prepared to start accepting bitcoin as payment for services. They appear to be just the start of a wave, though—relatively low risk and guaranteed media attention mean others are likely to jump on board.

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By Jason Del Rey, recode.net.

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