Oakland Athletics president on offering luxury suite access for one bitcoin

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Oakland Athletics is now offering luxury suite access for one bitcoin. Dave Kaval of Oakland Athletics President, says fans have expressed interest in paying with cryptocurrencies, specifically bitcoin for its luxury suite access. Kaval says they are reserving 10 luxury suites for bitcoin payment and says if someone pays with bitcoin they are actually getting a discount. He joins ‘The Exchange’ to discuss.

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