BitPay Becomes New St. Petersburg Bowl Game Title Sponsor

BitPay Becomes New St. Petersburg Bowl Game Title Sponsor

ESPN Events has announced that Atlanta, Georgia-based BitPay will serve as the new title sponsor of the annual St. Petersburg Bowl - an NCAA-sanctioned post-season college football game that has been taking place since 2008. BitPay, renowned for its business of allowing merchants to easily accept bitcoin payments and convert them instantly to local currency, will have the game known as the Bitcoin St. Petersburg Bowl beginning with this year's game, slated to be held on the 26th of December at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida. "Our goal is to continue to move bitcoin into the....


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