Bitcoin Adoption News
Bitcoin’s mainstream adoption is an important part of the development of the cryptocurrency industry. There are a lot of blockchain-related projects that have aims to provide Bitcoin and cryptocurrency education and popularize their use. The mass adoption of Bitcoin is in its early stages and is not being performed widely, yet. The use of Bitcoin is not well-established reputationally and is hard to perform for a regular person to become interested in it. There were numerous attempts to quantify the adoption rate of Bitcoin, but they were extremely complicated due to Bitcoin’s privacy and lack of information about individual accounts. The mass adoption of Bitcoin is growing because of the increasing use of cryptocurrency in businesses. The rising amount of enterprises, individuals and manufacturers that accept Bitcoin as a means of payment positively affects its adoption by ordinary customers and households.
Fast food chains like Burger King and Church's Chicken already accept crypto payments in the South American nation.
Pizza Hut to accept Bitcoin for pies in Venezuela
As crypto enters the mainstream, major retailers are offering discounts and promotions to get customers to pay using cryptocurrency
Hodl or spend? Retailers offer Black Friday deals for those paying with cryptocurrency
Yusko claimed “Investors drive long term value, speculators drive current price.”
Negative Bitcoin headlines affect speculators, not HODLers says Morgan Creek CEO
Analysis of sentiment and on-chain data shows that a correction was likely to occur. Is there still room for growth?
Cointelegraph Consulting: Overwhelming bullish sentiment once again proves costly
Canadian holding company dumped XMR and ETH to fund its acquisition.
Cypherpunk Holdings becomes 9th-largest public holder of Bitcoin
Experts explain how to address common questions newcomers may have regarding bitcoin and the blockchain space.
Bitcoin and blockchain topics to discuss with the crypto curious this Thanksgiving
Free Bitcoin is up for grabs for eBay shoppers thanks to a team-up with Lolli.
Lolli integrates ‘free Bitcoin’ functionality for eBay before Black Friday