Games code marketplace and industry pariah G2A is now trying to sell Bitcoin.
The cryptocurrency is being sold by an account called Btcvoucher, with denominations of €25, €50 and €100 available for purchase. The digital money is then added to an online wallet via a deal with Crypto Voucher.
The cryptocurrency has skyrocketed in value since the start of 2017. Per Coindesk data, Bitcoin was worth just under $1,000 on January 1st, but is now worth a staggering $15,005.43 at the time of writing.
The escalating value has caused issues for some; Valve yesterday announced it was going to stop accepting Bitcoin as a payment method. This was due to the fact that transaction fees on the currency had gone from $0.20 to a staggering - and frankly ridiculous - $20.
Speculating, it seems that fees on Bitcoin transactions are calculated against the total valuation of Bitcoin as opposed to something like Visa where the fee is capped to a percentage.