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According to CityNews, the restaurant has already accepted payment for a bill with bitcoin. "The bill was $400 and change," said Figures co-owner, Nader Marzouk. He stated that they had made a little profit but would be holding out before selling just yet. 

"We are willing to bet, in fact we are betting, that it's going to go in the opposite direction...[bitcoin] is going to be part of the future of transactions." 

CNBC recently reported that despite the cryptocurrency dipping below $6,000 in the last few days, it could pass the trillion dollar value mark this year. 

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