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Since Bitcoin became a reasonably popular form of money, many businesses have started accepting bitcoins as payment for their products. There is a number of reasons for them to do it: faster transaction times and lower fees (compared to bank cards, for example), ease of international payments or positive PR. If a business wants to start accepting bitcoins, they can either develop an internal solution for payment processing or use the services of one of many existing Bitcoin payment processors, such as BitPay. Overall, the more businesses start accepting bitcoins, the better it is for Bitcoin itself because it enables people to spend their coins without first converting them to USD or any other fiat currency.
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Merchants’ adoption of Bitcoin seems to be growing faster in Japan than elsewhere.
Top-four world accounting firm EY Switzerland announced that it would be integrating Bitcoin into the company as part of a greater digitization process.
Starting on November 17, shops of the Passage du Grand Cerf in Paris will be welcoming Bitcoin payments.
Another milestone for Bitcoin as a Finland-based company that rents luxury yachts has integrated the cryptocurrency as a payment option.
In South Africa, any merchant who accepts credit card or bank payments through PayFast can also accept Bitcoin payments.
Italian taxis have started to accept Bitcoin through a new platform called Chainside.
Yet another business in Portsmouth, New Hampshire starts taking Bitcoin, as the small seaside town’s impressive proportion of Blockchain-related businesses cont...
Microsoft, CheapAir and other big retail names who have jumped on the Bitcoin bandwagon.
Online drug store and medical platform United Pharmacies has officially introduced Bitcoin as its newest payment method, offering 10% discount for all drugs and...
CoinTelegraph reviews VPN services TunnelBear and ShadeYouVPN, who accept payment in Bitcoins.
Switzerland takes another large step in the direction of a crypto paradise with the introduction of a motion to redefine client deposits, exempting Bitcoin busi...
A bank accepting Bitcoin is unusual but one has just sprung up. Digital bank WB21 says it will be using BitPay’s Bitcoin payment processor for its addition of B...
A town in Switzerland has begun to accept Bitcoin payments for certain city services. The northern town of Zug decided to allow Bitcoin payments earlier this mo...
India is the world’s largest receiver of remittances. Besides making it faster and easier, Bitcoin could help India save up to $7 billion in fees paid to intern...
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