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Nowadays, you can pay with crypto in almost any shop. While there are plenty of retailers that do not accept cryptocurrency directly, you can use an alternative Bitcoin payment method like a debit card to turn BTC into cash whenever needed😎 In this article, you’ll learn how to buy with Bitco

Nowadays, you can pay with crypto in almost any shop. While there are plenty of retailers that do not accept cryptocurrency directly, you can use an alternative Bitcoin payment method like a debit card to turn BTC into cash whenever needed😎 In this article, you’ll learn how to buy with Bitco submitted by Crypterium_app to crypterium_com [link] [comments]

Nowadays, you can pay with crypto in almost any shop. While there are plenty of retailers that do not accept cryptocurrency directly, you can use an alternative Bitcoin payment method like a debit card to turn BTC into cash whenever needed😎 In this article, you’ll learn how to buy with Bitco

Nowadays, you can pay with crypto in almost any shop. While there are plenty of retailers that do not accept cryptocurrency directly, you can use an alternative Bitcoin payment method like a debit card to turn BTC into cash whenever needed😎 In this article, you’ll learn how to buy with Bitco submitted by Crypterium_app to Crypterium [link] [comments]

Banknoteworld.com, one of the biggest web retailers of collectible banknotes, just sent an e-mail to all of their customers saying they no longer accept PayPal. They DO accept Bitcoin.

Banknoteworld.com, one of the biggest web retailers of collectible banknotes, just sent an e-mail to all of their customers saying they no longer accept PayPal. They DO accept Bitcoin. submitted by Priest_of_Satoshi to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

How do I Accept Bitcoin Cash as a Retailer?

I'm opening a bottle shop with a couple partners. Is there a simple solution to generate invoices in BCH? I don't need a system to immediately convert the BCH back to USD, as I'm happy to hold some of my sales in BCH.
Giving the customer a wallet address seems easy enough. But would the staff need to manually tell the customer the amount of BCH to send (e.g. 0.006186958375)?
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Do any retailers accept Bitcoin as payment?

I wanna buy some cigars with some virtual money!
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Hello, /r/bitcoin, we are hair extensions wholesaler / retailer and from now on, do accept BitCoin!

Hello, /bitcoin, we are hair extensions wholesaler / retailer and from now on, do accept BitCoin! submitted by airyhair to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

The most important thing we can do is convince more retailers to accept bitcoin, and spend it at the ones who do.

I keep on seeing articles saying that bitcoin is a bubble because it serves no real purpose other than investing in it or spending it on illegal things. I know there are other uses for it, but we need to keep on making progress with convincing retailers to accept it, and spend it at the ones who do. It worked out great for Overstock, but too many retailers have no idea what they're missing out on.
Whenever you buy something online, if they don't accept bitcoin, send them a quick email to ask them if they have considered accepting bitcoin, because a lot of us have some that we want to spend. I do that with everyone from Amazon to someone selling something on CraigsList, and the response is usually that they'll consider it if enough people ask them for it.
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Gentlemen- Do you know of any cigar retailers that accept bitcoin as payment?

Looking to get into the hobby more and would like to use cryptocurrency. Thanks for the help!
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Do people ask retailers if they accept bitcoin cash? Esp. those which already take bitcoin core? Just wondered if a little nudge helps get the ball rolling

just an idea?
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Do we know if any retailers that accept bitcoin hold onto bitcoin rather than quick conversions into fiat?

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I'm a btc veteran of 3 years. Do you want to see every online music retailer start to accept bitcoin? If so, let's have a chat.

I sent an email about bitcoin a few months ago to bandcamp, who is paypal centric (as in, as far as I can tell, the only way to sell music there is to set up paypal, which I've never been a fan of). This was before the price run-up but even then I'd made enough to show off some figures to them. I also theorized correctly that other musicians would take note of the utility of bitcoin for our trade, such as +tip (basically, the equivalent of a street musicians guitar case) and the doors it opens up between content creators and their fans. I never received a reply.
It's true that if a major content center started accepting bitcoin it would be profitable to them - and the musicians releasing from them - because of the sheer size of the growing bitcoin market cap. However, it isn't likely to happen right now because most digital content centers are thoroughly mired in the status quo and are historically the slowest to adopt new technologies!
Happy fun time for me, bittracks and coindl (where I made my first release).
A lot of you have probably heard my work before. I started on the bitcointalk forum 3 years ago, where mining was my game, and music was but a glint in my eye and a link to my soundcloud in my signature. In the last 2 years I've marketed my music and released an album to you folk who have shown me a lot of love and complimented me and given me the confidence to continue doing what I do best (It's really needed at times! It's easy to feel like a small fish in a big ocean).
My next release will be via Bittracks.com on June 29th. This isn't part of my marketing run-up to it though - I have way more interest in building bitcoin itself up than building myself up - though I hope you'll continue to support me when I post promotional material. Part of the reason I consider myself exclusive to bitcoin and have made the decision to turn down label offers until content distributors begin to accept btc. If content distributors are ever going to followup with the paradigm shift - they will need to see examples of success first.
I am a man of my word. Labels with 10k+ followers have begun to favorite my works, and happy as I'd be to flirt with them, I'd be happier if bitcoin itself took off because of that little kid in me that remembers the P2P days -and knows full well that bitcoin is the monetary flip-side of that coin in stomping down old walls.
So, let's talk about music. And movies. And what we can do to convince content distributors that bitcoin is perfect for these things.
I personally feel that they will need to see examples of success among artists who primarily rely on the quality of their music. As such I don't expect or ask a single one of you to buy one of my tunes unless you dig them, and never have.
I guess what I'm saying is...bitcoin is blowing up in value, sure. But the biggest part of why it will succeed in the long run will be legitimate market activity. Across every market, especially those that are firmly planted in the digital world such as music. There's no better carrier of a message to the masses than a good jam.
As such, I can only humbly ask that you support the existing channels of purchasing music and supporting artists that have arisen from the bitcoin community, such as bittracks.com and coindl.
Buying pizza is nice, but having bitcoin rockstars selling music would send just as clear a message to the world of digital content.
What does everybody think? Let's start to seriously discuss how artists can garner some limelight and start to set examples for larger, more mainstream distributors to observe.
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TL;DR: I think we should seriously start to consider ways of supporting, promoting and empowering bitcoin artists. The biggest way to do this is with your coin, but obviously there are other ways (maybe we could have a bitcoin artist show somewhere?). The more successful bitcoin artists become, the more bitcoin will be taken seriously by major content distributors.
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How do I Accept Bitcoin Cash as a Retailer?

How do I Accept Bitcoin Cash as a Retailer? submitted by btcnewsupdates to BitcoinAdoption [link] [comments]

Do people ask retailers if they accept bitcoin cash? Esp. those which already take bitcoin core? Just wondered if a little nudge helps get the ball rolling /r/btc

Do people ask retailers if they accept bitcoin cash? Esp. those which already take bitcoin core? Just wondered if a little nudge helps get the ball rolling /btc submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Gentlemen- Do you know of any cigar retailers that accept bitcoin as payment? /r/cigars

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Gentlemen- Do you know of any cigar retailers that accept bitcoin as payment? /cigars submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

How do I Accept Bitcoin Cash as a Retailer? /r/btc

How do I Accept Bitcoin Cash as a Retailer? /btc submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Do we know if any retailers that accept bitcoin hold onto bitcoin rather than quick conversions into fiat? /r/Bitcoin

Do we know if any retailers that accept bitcoin hold onto bitcoin rather than quick conversions into fiat? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Do any retailers accept Bitcoin as payment? /r/cigars

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Do any retailers accept Bitcoin as payment? /cigars submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

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I keep on seeing articles saying that bitcoin is a bubble because it serves no real purpose other than investing in it or spending it on illegal things. I know there are other uses for it, but we need to keep on making progress with convincing retailers to accept it, and spend it at the ones who do. It worked out great for Overstock, but too many retailers have no idea what they're missing out on.
Whenever you buy something online, if they don't accept bitcoin, send them a quick email to ask them if they have considered accepting bitcoin, because a lot of us have some that we want to spend. I do that with everyone from Amazon to someone selling something on CraigsList, and the response is usually that they'll consider it if enough people ask them for it.
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The most important thing we can do is convince more retailers to accept bitcoin, and spend it at the ones who do. /r/Bitcoin

The most important thing we can do is convince more retailers to accept bitcoin, and spend it at the ones who do. /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Why don't more eyewear stores and online retailers accept bitcoin!? Truly, we'll all benefit from the merchant adoption. Circle and stupid underground illegal sites like SR2 can't do this alone(we think SR2 should be shut down; personally).... come on merchants!

Why don't more eyewear stores and online retailers accept bitcoin!? Truly, we'll all benefit from the merchant adoption. Circle and stupid underground illegal sites like SR2 can't do this alone(we think SR2 should be shut down; personally).... come on merchants! submitted by rubbydubie to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

What do YOU think the steps are for btc mainstream acceptance? Developing economies adopt due to currency/banking regulation? A mainstream online retailer accepts it? A major economic downturn? Something else? /r/Bitcoin

What do YOU think the steps are for btc mainstream acceptance? Developing economies adopt due to currency/banking regulation? A mainstream online retailer accepts it? A major economic downturn? Something else? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Do any retailers other than Massdrop accept Bitcoins?

The recent rise in the price is giving me the urge to buy something. Does anyone know of any retailers besides Massdrop that accept Bitcoins as payment?
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