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Kim Kardashian West Stakes Bitcoin Chips During Charity Poker Event?

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Jul/30/2018

Bitcoin has some new supporters in the form of reality television's royal family, the Kardashians.  SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE

From CoinTelegraph.com:

Kardashian West, sisters Khloé Kardashian and Kendall Jenner, and mom Kris Jenner hosted a table at yesterday’s inaugural "If Only" Texas Hold’em Charity Poker in Los Angeles to raise funds for City of Hope, a nonprofit clinical research and treatment center for cancer.

Amidst her Instagram Stories’ videos of betting with poker chips, the star posted a picture in which she bet with what appeared to be physical Bitcoin chips, accompanied by the jubilant byline “We moved onto bitcoin!”

Record World Series of Poker bracelet holder Phil Hellmuth was present at the event and referred to as the "real diva" in one Twitter video clip the "Poker Brat" retweeted Sunday night.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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