17 Jan '14, 8am

Bitcoin, Porn and Basketball

Porn.com and the Sacramento Kings are into Bitcoin Two Bitcoin related stories over the last day, the first from The Next Web, “Porn.com’s marketing director: ‘I definitely believe that porn will be Bitcoin’s killer app ” From the article: In December, porn.com started accepting Bitcoin for its premium services, and the virtual currency quickly came to account for 10 percent of sales. At the start of January, a post on Reddit’s Bitcoin subforum boosted the figure to 50 percent, before settling down to about 25 percent. The tremendous interest has led David Kay, the marketing director at porn.com’s parent company Sagan, to talk very positively about the virtual currency: “I definitely believe that porn will be Bitcoin’s killer app,” he told The Guardian . “Fast, private and confidential payments.” The article also mentions that Porn.com is for sale at a price tag of $50 mil...

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