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    Default Bitcoin now accepted at Xidax.com

    For those of you who hash it out hXc and want a separate rig to free up your miner for constant digging, Xidax is now accepting Bitcoin as a form of payment for their pre-built systems! They are the first boutique manufacturer to do so, and may very well start a trend with the rest of the industry. Check out the link below to read more:

    Xidax is First System Builder to Accept Bitcoin Currency | Maximum PC

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    Default Re: Bitcoin now accepted at Xidax.com

    Great news! Aside from Xidax, I also heard eZanga.com to be the very first search engine and digital marketing company to accept bitcoin as an alternative payment option for their advertisers and publishers. Check this out: eZanga |The First Search Engine that Accepts Bitcoin.

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    Default Re: Bitcoin now accepted at Xidax.com

    Quote Originally Posted by kailahopkins View Post
    Great news! Aside from Xidax, I also heard eZanga.com to be the very first search engine and digital marketing company to accept bitcoin as an alternative payment option for their advertisers and publishers. Check this out: eZanga |The First Search Engine that Accepts Bitcoin.
    Are you here to plug bitcoindaily or are you actually here to be a member and offer helpful information. Really participate in conversations. Pulling up old post then You have made 5 post and 3 of them plug or link to bitcoindaily. To me and others it will look like spam.

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