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A 'Big Four' Accounting Firm Is Accepting Bitcoin Payments

A 'Big Four' Accounting Firm Is Accepting Bitcoin Payments

aplikasi kasirBogdan Cristel/Reuters




PwC, the accounting firm and consultancy, announced Thursday it is accepting bitcoin payments from its clients.


Accounting firms have shown more interest in digital coins than Wall Street banks. 



PwC, the consultancy and "Big Four" accounting firm, announced Thursday that it accepted its first payment in bitcoin.

The announcement, which was reported first by The Wall Street Journal
, was made by Raymund Chao, chairman of PwC Asia-Pacific. 


"This decision helps illustrate how we are embracing new technology and incorporating innovative business models across our full range of services," Chao said in a statement. 


Bitcoin, the red-hot cryptocurrency, has dominated financial news cycles as more Wall Street firms dive into the nascent market for digital coins. It blew past $11,000 per coin Wednesday before falling back below $10,000. 


As for PwC
, this isn't the firm's first foray into the world of cryptocurrencies. In 2014, the company wrote a report exploring how aplikasi kasir toko (go!!) digital coins like bitcoin could impact a wide-range of industries, including travel and gambling.