Update. Correction: There was a mistake made in reporting Twitter-user @ken_lunde and Reddit-user ‘kenshirriff’ as the same person earlier. This is not true and the article has since been edited and updated. Sincere apologies to both Kens. The Bitcoin sign has been accepted by the Unicode Standard and will be included in a future version of Unicode. This is the Bitcoin symbol: ₿. It’s a box right now but not long from now, a version of the Unicorn Standard in the future will ensure that refreshing this page at that point in time will have the Bitcoin font turning up instead. […]
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