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The hugely popular gaming store Steam has stopped accepting payments for games in bitcoin, saying the cryptocurrency is too volatile.
In a blog post on Wednesday announcing the changes, Kurtis Chinn, an engineer, wrote, "As of today, Steam will no longer support bitcoin as a payment method on our platform due to high fees and volatility in the value of bitcoin."
The Steam platform, owned and operated by Valve Corporation, rivals Sony's PlayStation Network as the world's biggest gaming service, with 67 million monthly active players versus Sony's 70 million.
The decision to halt bitcoin payments doesn't seem to be related to the various controversies around bitcoin — such as whether it predominantly benefits criminals or is a massive energy drain — but because its skyrocketing value means higher transaction fees. Steam began accepting bitcoin in April 2016.
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