How DigitalMint is helping hacking victims pay ransoms in cryptocurrencies

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    Several businesses have never dealt in bitcoin, which is the currency of choice for virtually all ransom payments. CNBC Technology Reporter MacKenzie Sigalos joins ‘Power Lunch’ to discuss DigitalMint, a company specifically designed to swoop in at the last minute to handle the logistics.

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