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Cryptocurrency

Google Adds Bitcoin And Other Cryptocurrencies To Its Finance Platform

Google Adds Bitcoin And Other Cryptocurrencies To Its Finance Platform

Google Adds Bitcoin And Other Cryptocurrencies To Its Finance Platform

-Google has added major cryptocurrencies to its finance platform

-The digital firm added a  crypto section that will give more limelight to Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin

-This comes on the back of other mainstream approval that cryptos have received recently

World’s number one search engine, Google has added some major cryptocurrencies to its finance platform.

Google adds cryptos to finance platform

The digital company added a crypto section that will provide cryptos Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, and Litecoin with more limelight.

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This will not come as a surprise to many crypto watchers as Google’s decision follows a list of other mainstream approvals in the past few months.

Bitcoin rises above $50,000

Flagship crypto, Bitcoin has received more approval in recent times from MasterCard and Ancient American bank, BNY Mellon.

Mastercard recently disclosed that its network will be open to some digital currencies, including Bitcoin.

Other major finance companies like Paypal and Black Rock have also made moves to support crypto.

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