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A growing number of companies are allowing Bitcoin to be sent through gift cards. Are there any risks in using such services?
The December 14 deadline has come and went. Now, with only a few days before Christmas, we are currently keeping a close eye on the price on Virtex.com, which we will compare with the flood of predictions we have received from our readers.
As 2014 draws to a close, CoinTelegraph is already looking forward to the next 12 months of news and innovation, from the uniquely exciting realm of digital currency.
The startup company from Amsterdam - Bit4coin, which was launches in November of this year decided to provide the market with three types of vouchers of gift cards.
A few days ago we announced the winners of CoinTelegraph’s Christmas Price Prediction contest sponsored by Virtex and EgoPay. It has since come to our attention, however, that those named as winners did not in fact have the closest predictions.
A couple of news outlets are reporting a big yuletide heist of Dogecoins, though accounts differ on the amount stolen.
In the spirit of our previous installments on Bitcoin price predictions, CoinTelegraph readers will now have a chance to not only submit their own predictions, but also get their hands on some digital gold (MIT scientists are not eligible).
You let Christmas creep up on you again this year, didn’t you? It’s December 20, and you’ve bought nothing but some Xbox credits for yourself.
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