As brick-and-mortar stories quickly adopt digital currency, “Bitcoin, cash or credit?” could become the new mantra of cashiers and baristas everywhere. Once I figure out how to get my hands on some virtual coin, then comes the fun part.
Colorado is no stranger to lists, which why it comes as no surprise that the state ranks seventh in the nation as a great place to live. But our rival to the north came in ahead. That's right, Wyoming came in sixth followed by Colorado.
The Bitcoin revolution is steadily marching toward a merchant near you. At the first gas station in the U.S. to accept Bitcoins, Funyuns, energy drinks and a full tank of gas are a brief digital money exchange away.