Mark Vick (left) and Grant Brown have a bitcoin mining facility of their offices in Belton. Bitcoins are a virtual currency generated by computers decoding complex equations and used in some Internet shops to pay for goods and services or even traded for cash.
Mark Vick (left) and Grant Brown have a bitcoin mining facility of their offices in Belton. Bitcoins are a virtual currency generated by computers decoding complex equations and used in some Internet shops to pay for goods and services or even traded for cash. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star
Mark Vick (left) and Grant Brown have a bitcoin mining facility of their offices in Belton. Bitcoins are a virtual currency generated by computers decoding complex equations and used in some Internet shops to pay for goods and services or even traded for cash. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star

Bitcoin gets a toehold in Kansas City as dedicated advocates push the virtual currency

November 17, 2014 06:47 PM