In Dec 2014, Microsoft combined Bitcoin as a remuneration option, pleasantness of Bitcoin processor BitPay, for a accumulation of a gaming and mobile content. On Saturday, a elementary summary patrician “Microsoft Store doesn’t accept Bitcoin” was speckled on Microsoft’s website, and naturally some interpreted that as definition support for a digital banking had ended. We asked Microsoft for clarification, yet a association usually got behind to us currently — with an reason that it was all a mistake.
As we can see in a screenshot below, a summary seemed to be really straightforward: “You can no longer redeem Bitcoin into your Microsoft account. Existing balances in your comment will still be accessible for purchases from Microsoft Store, yet can’t be refunded.” The “Applies to Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile” header was a bit peculiar though, suggesting that maybe Bitcoin support would continue for other platforms.
Microsoft has now simplified to us that zero has changed.
“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,” a Microsoft orator told VentureBeat. “We apologize for false information that was