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Top Tier Rare Coin Company Accepting Bitcoins As Payment

CHICAGO, Feb. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- One of the country's most respected rare coin companies, Harlan J. Berk Ltd., (HJB), is now accepting Bitcoins as a form of payment in an effort to provide better service to their clientele. 

Scrutinized by some and embraced by others, are Bitcoins the currency of the future, or just a fad?

As more and more of our everyday interactions move towards the intangible, founder Harlan J. Berk is excited to offer this forward thinking, cutting edge payment option.

"Sometimes being a leader means taking a leap of faith into the unproven to either confirm or deny its feasibility," said Mr. Berk.

The kickoff for this new endeavor will begin immediately. All numismatic coins can be purchased with the use of bitcoins on the HJB website at http://hjbltd.com.

"After much research and evaluation we have decided to embrace this new paradigm in one of the ways we receive payment for our inventory; ancient coins, world coins, U.S. coins, paper money, maps and antiquities," said Aaron Berk, son of Harlan J. Berk.

About Harlan J. Berk Ltd.:

Harlan J. Berk Ltd. was established in 1964 by Mr. Harlan J Berk himself, and has been located for decades in the same well-known downtown Chicago business and financial district at 31 North Clark Street. The facility's retail store is located on the main level with an additional library consisting of over 17,000+ research books that the firm makes available to clients. The company has a very large online presence and global clientele. Since 1992, family members have taken charge of several departments. To learn more about the experts at Harlan J. Berk Ltd., please visit http://bit.ly/1ezIG99.

CONTACT:
Jenna Weiller
Public Relations Director
[email protected]
203-312-4900

SOURCE Harlan J. Berk Ltd.

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