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Monday, February 10, 2014
Bing Now Offers Bitcoin Conversion To Real Money


As Bitcoin (the peer-to-peer payment system and digital currency) makes headlines and captures the world's attention, Microsoft's Bing is now offering an easy way to track real-time fluctuations.

Starting today, you will find instant Bitcoin conversions in multiple currencies at the top of your Bing results.

For the real-time conversions, Microsoft has joined up with Coinbase, a digital wallet that allows you to buy, use and accept bitcoin currency.




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