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Game Site Secretly Put Bitcoin Software on Players' PCs

 Bitcoin, a digital currency whose worth has been in flux of late, is still valuable enough for enterprising users to want a lot of it.

One online computer gaming site administrator recently used his players to earn more than $3,600 in Bitcoins without telling them, nearly frying their computers in the process.

The E-Sports Entertainment Association (ESEA) is an organization that provides an outlet for e-sports (professional-level competitive video games) players to connect with each other and hone their skills.
ESEA offers its own software client, which helps prevent cheating and allows players to login to official servers for first-person shooters such as "Counter-Strike" and "Team Fortress 2."

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