Microsoft Adds Bitcoin Conversion to Bing Search

Microsoft announced today via their company blog stating that while users have been able to convert currencies in Bing, they have now added Bitcoin to this list with a newly added feature that allows you to easily make the conversion straight from your Bing search bar. Microsoft explained that “a conversion will appear at the top of Bing results when you pose questions such as, ‘How many Bitcoins do you need for a $71,000 Tesla?” And while some countries such as Russia have flat out denounced Bitcoin as a valid method of payment, the Unites States is debating the issue and such topics as money-laundering and tax-evasion. Read the full story here.



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