Microsoft’s Bitcoin ban is likely a temporary measure

Microsoft yesterday stopped accepting Bitcoin as a payment method for adding funds to users’ Microsoft accounts. However, a Microsoft employee with direct knowledge of the matter told TNW the move is a temporary one. This isn’t the first time the company has temporarily halted Bitcoin payments since it started accepting them in 2014. In a strange series of events in March 2016 the company briefly stopped accepting Bitcoin before retracting what was described as “an errant post” and accepting the popular cryptocurrency again. There’s still no official word from the company, and our sources wouldn’t cite exactly why the move was… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Bitcoin,Microsoft

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