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However, Valve has admitted that it may re-evaluate its decision at a later date. This Wednesday, Valve announced via Steam Blog that its digital distribution platform will henceforth not accept Bitcoin as payment for its content and services. The company cited the volatility in the value of the digital currency and high fees as the main reasons why it dropped support for Bitcoin. This creates a problem for customers trying to purchase games with Bitcoin. Valve went on to explain that due to the volatility in the value of Bitcoin, there could be a significant difference in the amount that was paid by the consumer and the amount that will reach the company since it takes time to process transactions.