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Travelers can now get US passports in as little as 4 weeks with Bitcoin

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Travelers can now get US passports in as little as 4 weeks with BitcoinA California-based visa and passport processing company announced it would be accepting Bitcoin as a form of payment as the U.S. State Department’s operations are beginning to return to normal. According to a Nov. 6 announcement from passport and visa expeditor Peninsula Visa based in San Jose, the company stated it would be giving customers the...
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