Microsoft apologizes for confusion, says it will continue to support Bitcoin

UPDATE: Mar 15, 2016, 8:54 a.m. CET Microsoft got behind to us with a statement, observant a information posted on a website was inaccurate. 

“We continue to support Bitcoin for adding income to your Microsoft Account that can be used for purchasing calm in a Windows and Xbox stores. We apologize for false information that was inadvertently posted to a Microsoft site, that is now being corrected,” a association orator told Mashable.

It seems Microsoft is jumping off a Bitcoin bandwagon.

The company’s online store has sensitively announced — around a FAQ update — that it’s no longer usurpation a cryptocurrency. 

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“You can no longer redeem Bitcoin into your Microsoft account. Existing balances in your comment will still be accessible for purchases from Microsoft Store, though can’t be refunded,” says a note in a Microsoft Store FAQ. 

Microsoft did not strictly announce a change anywhere else. 

Softpedia notes, however, that another entry in a same FAQ still has instructions on how to supplement income to your Microsoft comment with Bitcoin. 

Microsoft combined support for Bitcoin to a online store in Dec. 2014, when a value



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