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Vancouver building supply center offers workers Bitcoin bonuses

Cryptocurrency way to reward, incentivize employees, CEO says

By , Columbian staff writer
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Bryan Yinger, chief executive at Shur-Way Building Center in Vancouver, is thinking outside the U.S. Treasury to incentivize his employees. He’s giving them Bitcoin.

Yinger’s parents started Shur-Way, opening the first location in Portland in 1983, across the street from the sawmill they already owned with Yinger’s grandfather. The Vancouver location, at 7124 N.E.

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