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click to enlarge The first licensed Bitcoin exchange opened today. - MARK LENNIHAN/AP PHOTO
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  • The first licensed Bitcoin exchange opened today.
Happy Monday! Take a look at the links below for more on what's been going on in San Francisco today.

SF asks luxury property developers to create public spaces in their buildings to make up for displaced parks, but a proposed amendment might change that. (Boing Boing)

Coinbase, the first licensed bitcoin exchange, opened today. (San Francisco Business Times)

Here's a virtual mini-tour of Hayes Valley, and a new place will be added every week or two. (Hoodline)

SFO has purchased 40 BorderXpress kiosks to speed up the US Customs and Border Protection process at the airport. (Airport World)

A private shuttle startup called Chariot is hoping to improve transportation for residents by letting them dictate where service is needed. (Tech Crunch)

http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2015/01/25/fill-up-the-tank-now-wholesale-gas-price-hikes-likely-to-be-passed-to-drivers/Gas prices might be going up due to rising wholesale prices. You should probably fill up your tank when you get the chance. (CBS San Francisco)

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