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How much is 2 bitcoins worth?

According to the first google result, 1 bitcoin is about $100.
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How much is 2 bitcoins worth?

According to the first google result, 1 bitcoin is about $100.

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Price has gone up today by ~20%... but it's been averaging around $100 for a few weeks.

You can check here (as well as other exchanges) to see what the average buy/sell is going for. Click the little yellow chart icon at the top left of the ticker and you can view historical data as well.
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i just want one of those coins!
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i just want one of those coins!

That's very easy to do... Just lookup "buying bitcoins", but I'd recommend researching any exchange, coindealer, etc... Alternatively you could buy one off ebay or similar site... You won't get a fair price most likely, but it's easy.

On another note the rate is largely unchanged actually. It just jumped by $20 or so at Mt.GOX - because they just has 2.9M of their money seized by the treasury dept! To my knowledge this doesn't jeopardize any account funds, but it leads to withdrawal ?'s so the price may not reflect the average exchange rate... Most of the others are relatively unchanged at $100 give or take $5.
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