KnCMiner Becomes Latest Bitcoin Company to Embrace 'Bits'

KnCMiner Becomes Latest Bitcoin Company to Embrace 'Bits'

KnCMiner has become the latest bitcoin company to join the ecosystem's ongoing debate over how bitcoin prices should be displayed. The Sweden-based bitcoin mining company announced on Twitter today that it will now allow users the option to view bitcoin prices in bits on its KnC Wallet app. Added denomination "bit" in mobile #Bitcoin wallet. Switch 2 bits & feel richer automagically: http://t.co/aXIL2Vp9fG pic.twitter.com/r3V834D3VK. - KNC Miner (@kncminer) August 26, 2014. The news plays into a growing debate on how bitcoin's value should be expressed in order to best appeal to mainstream....


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