Who Takes Bitcoin In Kansas City?!?

After a crash earlier this month, locals still haven't learned their lesson.

To be fair, it makes sense that the same people buying used cars with a great deal of faith are also ready to engage in more than a bit of monetary tech speculation . . . Check-it . . .

"In 60 days at Max Motors, the dealership has sold about 10 cars using crypto. They expect that number to go up. UMKC law professor Del Wright believes so too, saying that more people will be buying all kinds of stuff this way, especially in the next five years."

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