Google search now allows users to convert Bitcoin to fiat currencies straight from the standard search query. The information displayed in standard search results both optically and pragmatically edge Bitcoin that much closer to popular consideration as a form of currency.
One of the best examples of the vast and growing interest in using digital currencies is the fast adoption of Bitcoin in the online retail Forex trading sector. FX firms offering Bitcoin-based products (CFDs) now include Leverate, Plus500, FXOpen, AvaTrade, Anyoption and most recently, InstaForex. And in the financial world beyond FX firms, the speculative potential has led Bitcoins to attract interest from Wall Street, such as hedge funds, multi-asset market makers and mutual funds.
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Microsoft’s Bing and Yahoo Finance both already support BTC/USD conversions and also offer many more Bitcoin to fiat options than are now available from Google. Read the full story on DC Magnates.